Wrapping your laptop cover is a great way to extend your brands reach to unusual places. Imagine sitting in front of a customer with your branded laptop that they can see, it elevates their perception of your business, you have your “you know what” together.
Not only does it dress up an boring flat surface, but it actually also protects your computer from theft. Let’s face it the thieves don’t know how permanent that is, it deters them from taking something they cannot resell.
Back to the laptop wraps. Where do you start? The first thing is to decide what you want to put on it. Do you have your logo? An Image? A Fancy flashy design? Its up to you. If you speak and use your own laptop, you may want to go more simple so it can be seen from a distance. If you will be using it for sales then you can go a bit more detailed.
Please do not try and out your life story, keep it simple and you will get huge returns for the cost.
I have even had people come up to me in airports asking me about my business because I had my laptop out and it intrigued them. “What is Duct Tape Marketing?” Those conversation have led to business connections that have built my list.
You are probably wondering how much a Lap Wrap should cost? You can buy standard ones from Future Shop or the like. But a custom laptop wrap should cost you no more than $50. Now the only qualifier to that would be that if you needed some stock photography or graphics purchased that would be more. Typically we do not charge for design unless it includes stock images or if we do not have the logo on file and it needs to be vectorized.
These are all things we go over when you call in.
Wondering how it gets installed? We can do that for you at no charge, but if you need to install it yourself that is very easy to do. we have plastic applicators that help smooth the vinyl into place, and we use special vinyl that reduces the chance of any air bubbles.
This article was written by Jennifer
Jennifer is the General Manager of Speedpro Signs Grande Prairie. Marketing is one of Jennifer's passions and in 2009 she became a Certified Duct Tape Marketing Consultant. Jennifer and her husband Dave have owned the Grande Prairie store since 2002 and have been recognized with numerous awards like Franchise of Year, Business of the Year and more.