3D Printing Marketer Announces Video Marketing For The 3D Printing Industry

We would like to introduce our Video Marketing service that we built to grab traffic and rankings from the top video sites. Add the power of video to boost your standing in the 3D printing community as well as increase your authority and diversity in your backlink profile.

Video is one of the hottest ways to drive traffic to websites. Where do your customers go for entertainment, education, and news? Are you capturing those customers?

Try using some 3D Printing Marketing services today!

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Every day (including weekends) we’ll post to your Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter accounts the 3D printing content that we’ve created specifically for you and your niche. Since we come from the 3D printing industry, we have a lot of our own, and know how to interpret your news. The content will be a mix of interesting articles, links promoting your own projects, images and videos.

As marketers, we know that multimedia is proven to have a higher response rate than text-only, so we use it heavily.
As an added bonus we’ll also remove any spam that may have been posted to your accounts (it happens to everyone from time to time)!

The 3D printing marketplace requires active, authoritative social profiles. That’s what the search engines are looking for and that’s what your prospects are seeking.
Because we use a mix of curating, writing, posting and replying by hand, you’ll receive the added benefit of growing an authentic audience and fan base within Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.

You’ll have complete peace of mind knowing that your social profiles are no longer on your “To-Do” list because we’ll be doing it all on your behalf!

3D Printing Marketing at low cost, no hassle.

Affordable and Customized 3D Printing Marketing

New Marketing gurus have entered the 3D Printing Space. The guys with the leading 3D Printing Plastics store and leading 3D printing site have just entered the marketing as a service space.
“We looked at the 3D Printing landscape and saw a great many small firms who couldn’t compete with the multi million dollar budgets that some of the larger players have. Yet we were excited to find out that several of the multinationals also expressed interest in an automated, easy solution” Bob Chapman, CEO says. 3D Printing is the most unusual industry to erupt. It is at the cross roads of Internet, manufacturing and global business. Many firms know they need marketing, but their focus seems more on the engineering side of the equations.

“We can’t compete with firms spending $50,000 or $100,000 per month on marketing, but firms that can spend a few dollars a day and want daily marketing, managed professionally, will be our sweet spot.”

Other Social media and marketing firms are at a disadvantage as 3D Printing marketer brings in depth 3D Printing knowledge to the client.

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3D Printing Show in China



2014 show figures

 

 

360 exhibitors from 12 countries and regions

19,018 visitors, a 10% increase from the previous year

 

– 16,165 domestic visitors

 

– 2,853 international visitors from 48 countries and regions, 8% up from 2013

20,000 sqm of exhibition space across two halls

63 visitor delegations from brands including

 

Adidas, ASM, Bayer Healthcare, BYD, Foxconn, Honda, Midea, Mitsumi, Philips, TCL and Wrigley

Why Should 3D Printing Firms Advertise in the 3D Printing Market?

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The following may be good reasons why a business is advertising:

• To create awareness, customer interest or desire

• To boost sales (moving the demand curve to the right)

• To build brand loyalty (or to maintain it at the existing level)

• To launch a new product

• To change customer attitudes – perhaps trying to move a product more “upmarket” or to dispel some widely held perceptions about the product

• To support the activities of the distribution channel (e.g. supporting a “pull” strategy)

• To build the company or brand image

• To reminds and reassure customers

• To offset competitor advertising – businesses may defend market share by responding to competitors’ campaigns with their own advertising

• To boost public standing: companies can boost their public standing with advertisements that link them with generally approved campaigns such as care for the environment

• To support the sales force – advertising can make the job of the sales force easier and more effective by attracting leads from potential customers and perhaps motivate them by boosting the profile of the business

Take a look through any magazine and select a sample of adverts. Which of the above reasons do you think are behind the adverts you choose? Don’t forget that some adverts aim to achieve multiple objectives.

What to advertise?

Factors that help answer the “what are we advertising”? focus on what the advertising message should be. In general, there are really only two kinds of effective advertising message:

Firstly, does the business/product have a Unique Selling Proposition (“USP”)

A unique selling proposition is a customer benefit that no other product can claim

In reality these are rare, although that does not stop marketers from claiming them for their products.

Secondly, does the thing that is being advertised “add value” and if so, how?

For example, advertising for washing powders will focus on the “added value” created by whitening agents or the fact that a particular formulation will last longer than the competition (take a look at the Fairy web site to see if you can spot the other “added value” features claimed for its products) Whatever is advertised, it is important that the message is:

• Seen • Read • Believed • Remembered • Action upon by target customers

3D Printing Advertising for Coca Cola – Create a Mini Me

Coca-Cola wanted to introduce its new Mini Bottles in Israel and worked with Gefem Tel-Aviv on this fun 3D printing idea. The brand invited consumers to create tiny, digital versions of themselves in a mobile app, which they then had to tend to carefully, Tamagotchi-style. A select few of those caretakers then won a trip to the Coca-Cola factory, where they were invited to turn their mini-mes into the real thing, via 3D printing

3D Printing Changing Advertising

Brands 3D printers may have been considered a novelty just two years ago, but the technology has become increasingly prominent not just in manufacturing — as a way to actually produce physical products — but also as a neat marketing tool for brands.

Clients are incorporating 3D printing into their branding efforts in various ways, some fun and gimmicky and some quite useful. For example, on one end of the spectrum we recently saw an effort out of Israel for Coca-Cola that used 3D printing in a contest that created consumer mini-me’s. On the other end was a Belgian insurance brand that leveraged the technology to solve one of its customers’ most annoying problems. With rapid prototyping available, it changes what the manufacturer sees, what the client sees and what we all see.