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Important collection of posts from other locations

In the past year I’ve neglected this blog because I’ve been posting articles with an employer. Therefore, now that I’m not employed with that employer, and I don’t want to remove those articles from them, I present links to the posts.

So, please read the following articles that were written by me for the promotion of another. It gives you an idea of what I can do for you. There are countless other articles on that site that relate specifically to product promotions. However, for the list here, I present more generic concept blogs.

PLEASE NOTE I DON’T WORK FOR DISPLAYS BY AREA EXHIBITS ANY LONGER.

YOU CAN CONTACT ME DIRECTLY IF YOU FEEL YOU NEED ANY ITEMS.

ALL articles below were written by me, Jacob Norris.

IF NASA CALLS, TAKE A MESSAGE
A fun story about a past order and client in the trade show world.

TRADE SHOW DISPLAYS DON’T WORK
An article that actually tells you why trade show displays really do work.

DON’T SELF-DIAGNOSE YOUR EXHIBIT REQUIREMENTS
A good review of why you should hire experts to do what they are expert at.

WHY ARE TRADE SHOW DISPLAYS SO EXPENSIVE? OH, WAIT, THE ARE NOT!
An article that explains why you should spend more on your display because it will generate income.

FOLLOW UP WITH POST TRADE SHOW CONTACTS
An article that lists the importance of following up after your show.

TREAT ALL ORDERS LIKE THEY WERE THE MOST IMPORTANT
All sales should be treated equal. If you have a million or a thousand in sales on the call, you should be treating that call as the same person regardless of income.

YOUR BUSINESS WON’T BE FOUND ON SEARCH ENGINES
Why your small business investment is not a success right out of the gate unless you spend more.

HOW TO DETERMINE DECIMAL POINTS IN GRAPHIC DESIGN
A simple document I prepared to give you the answer to decimal point numbers.

HOW TO CREATE SMALL GRAPHIC DESIGN FILES IN LARGE FORMAT
The key to making all file sizes very small for online transport while making your processing speeds at ease.

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Graphic Designer with over 20 years of experience working in all forms of print media.
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