Choose a reliable online pocket knife company that laser engraves knives, or offers other methods of imprinting.
Email them your company logo. Vector art is the best art. If you have them, send .ai or .eps files. Sometimes .pdf or .psd files will work. If you don’t have any of those types, just send the highest resolution file that you have.
Ask them for advice on the best location to imprint your logo.
Pay by credit card securely online.
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For the year 2017, the award goes to the most popular pocket knife. This knife got the most orders, and sold the highest quantity. Factors that did not enter into the contest were price and country of origin. The winner is:
This Maxam knife has a stainless steel blade and a synthetic handle. The handle is smooth so it can support your full color logo. The basic lockback mechanism keeps you safe when you are using it.
Why is this knife so popular? Its low cost, basically. But the sale price of $1.99 is not near the real price of $3.44 each. And the perceived value is probably between $5 and $10. This knife is an outstanding winner this year!
Logo Knives is proud to make this announcement for 2017.
These new Case knives with your corporate logo will last forever with your customers and employees. This is a cost effective way to make your advertising last forever, or until you retire. Each customer will love to own a USA-made Case knife.
Case has come up with new handle colors and designs. Some are synthetic, bone, and buffalo horn. Some are orange, gray, navy blue, patriotic colors, yellow, black, and white. Most of the blades are high quality stainless steel. One new knife is chrome vanadium (item 031), a material that you can get real sharp, and keep real sharp. Case does the decorating right there in their Pennsylvania factory. They do laser engraving, electro etching, Tech Printing (durable screen printing) up to 2 colors, and engraving with color fill.
The first 2 questions are easy to answer, but the last 2 can leave you scratching your head. Any form of advertising has to address these questions:
Will it be cost effective?
How will I know the advertising campaign worked?
Will the campaign have long-lasting rewards?
Will the campaign show my company in the image that I want it to show?
Is the success of the advertising campaign “measurable”?
A $50 pocket stainless steel pocket knife with your corporate logo laser engraved will be a good investment. But only if it is cost effective. If that knife brings you an order worth $5,000 or $1,000,000, it is well worth its cost. So quality company logo knives aren’t for a business that gets a lot of small orders.
How will you know it worked? How does Procter and Gamble know that their 30 second commercial last Tuesday worked? You can only guess that all advertising has a cumulative effect on your customer base. There are ways to track effectiveness. We can explore these methods in another post.
Will a gift knife have long-lasting rewards? You bet! So do it now, and not just before you retire.
Image: Choose the style of knife that reflects your company’s image.
Measurable results of this type of advertising: A great topic for next time.
How do you choose the best pocket knife? Some of the new tactical knives have really cool designs. But, since they don’t have a history of popularity, they can’t be considered in this contest. They may be popular now, but that might be short-lived.
The winner must have a history of popularity for many years. How about 1964? If a knife style was invented in that year, like the Buck 110 Folding Hunter, would that be a long enough history? What about the 1600’s? That time frame would certainly be a long enough history. That’s 400 years, or 4 centuries. If a pocket knife style is still as popular now, as it was 400 years ago, that would make it the winner. So that’s how I came up with the winning knife. If you don’t agree, please post your comments here.
I believe the Best Pocket Knife of All Time is the Barlow Knife. Once used by George Washington, and Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer.