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Effective Use of Marketing Flags

Posted by Eric on 12/27/2013 to About Flags
Anyone who has spent a decent amount of time in the world of business can tell you how powerful visual marketing can be, especially when it comes to retailers who have products to sell. Not only does your product have to be marketable on its own merits, but you have to be able to squeeze the purchasing triggers for your target market in order to persuade them to buy your product instead of those offered by your competitors. This is where visual marketing comes in, and where the proper use of marketing flags and banners can provide your company with a substantial advantage.

Flags Can Be Used for Much More Than Showing Your Pride

Posted by Joe P. on 12/5/2013 to About Flags
People enjoy being able to show off things they love, such as a business, a team or even the place they were born. Anyone can do this in many ways, but a very common way is with some type of flag. This could be a flag in the traditional sense of having an actual flag on a pole, but it could also mean having a symbol on a banner, rug or something else in a location that attracts attention.

The Flag of Wales

Posted by Joe P. on 12/3/2013 to About Flags
The nation of Wales has a long and proud history represented on its flag. Many people are not familiar with the Welsh flag and mistakenly believe that the British Union Jack is the only flag of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The Union Jack is the flag of the entire United Kingdom, which is made up of four separate nations each with its own flag. The flag of England is known as the the St. George's Cross. It features a red cross on a white field. This flag is also sometimes used in Northern Ireland. The flag of Scotland has dark blue field and a white "X" that signifies St. Andrews cross.