Flash drives are more expensive than DVDs, without a doubt. However, the benefits of giving creative custom flash drives are just far too many compared to just giving away DVDs.
We do not want to look down on DVDs because we are a DVD replication company after all. DVDs are great for movies, but if your purpose is to promote your works, then it’s better to go for USB flash drives. Here are the reasons why:
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USB FLASH DRIVES ARE CLASSY
Giving away flash drives instantly gives the impression that you really have something valuable to sell compared to giving away DVDs or just a link to your website. Surely, you wouldn’t be investing in cool flash drives if you have nothing of quality to show.
FLASH DRIVES ARE MODERN
By giving flash drives, you’re sure that everyone can view your files and there will be no compatibility issues. It also gives the impression that you are modern, up to date, and you know how to adapt to the times. Who would not want that kind of impression? It’s a big plus no many which field or what kind of business you have.
LAPTOPS HAVE NO DVD DRIVES
If you give DVDs, chances are they’d just put it aside since they don’t have DVD players anymore. They’d just check your website. Isn’t it a waste of opportunity to impress in a more tactile level?
YOU HAVE MORE OPTIONS FOR DESIGN
Since there are so many ways to make flash drives- ranging from USB business cards to candy skulls, you have more room for creativity in the actual flash drive and the packaging. Today, when everything is digital and everything is uploaded online, giving something they can actually touch is what makes the special extra special.
IT’S NOT REALLY THAT EXPENSIVE
Don’t be intimidated by flash drives because we now offer it at dirt cheap prices you’d wonder why you never considered it the first time. We get our flash drives in bulk and are able to customize them using our state-of-the-art but ultra affordable technology. Give us a call to get a quote now. You’ll be surprised by what we can offer.
James Hill is a veteran of the music industry. He first worked at Warner Reprise Records then later joined Interscope/ Geffen Records where he managed producers and songwriters and got his first platinum record for Keyshia Cole’s The Way It Is. He is now helping indie artists with branding and manufacturing through his company Unified Manufacturing, a CD/DVD/vinyl and merch company in LA.