USB flash drive as means of advertising



What are some of the ways your company will be able to assert itself in the minds of prospects and potential customers? Other than splurging a whole bunch of money on conventional advertising means in traditional media like TV, radio, and newspapers, there are other (much) cheaper ways of doing so by targeting your preferred market in order to optimize your advertising dollar. With the digital divide being bridged slowly but surely, more and more people cannot live without touching a computer even for a day. What better way to get your company’s message across by giving away a free USB flash drive? After all, everyone could definitely do with more portable memory, and a USB flash drive is the perfect tool for the job at the moment. eNECESSITIES has launched a USB Sound Flash Drive to cater for this exact need. Check out what this unique memory device has to offer below.

Whenever you hook up the eNECESSITIES USB Sound Flash Drive to a computer, it will automatically broadcast a pre-recorded message that will captivate the audiences’ attention in an instant. This approach offers a three-pronged advertising method that involves the message, the imprint, and the download into one’s psyche. Companies who are looking for a way to push their sweepstakes, short commercials, and branding messages would do well to include these into a USB Sound Flash Drive.

Each of these drives can play a sound clip that is 10 to 20 seconds in length, depending on the nature of the ad. Supported audio formats include WAV, AIFF, and MP3 which can be downloaded over to the Sound Drive. You will have to order yours in bulk though, so home users will probably be ruled out unless a bunch of you want to band together and make an order. The minimum order number stands at 250 pieces currently.

Source: Ubergizmo

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Steve Keller Says: March 31, 2007 at 7:15 pm

Check out this lame site. How do you buy these things? I’ll buy 1000 tomorrow but all it says is “buy from our distributor” but no way to contact eNecessities or any distributor. What am I missing?

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