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perfectj
06-03-2006, 11:26 AM
Hey Guys!

Now my site is up and running ( www.PerfectJobsUK.com)
Im looking at promoting it, i wanted to get some promotional merchendise, pens, mouse mats ets but there all so expensive! is there a cheaper way of doing this?

sarahpatience
06-03-2006, 11:32 AM
Try getting in touch with Liz at www.affinityprintandpromotions.co.uk She sources items such as these at great prices!

Hope this helps,

Sarah

kayemdesign
06-03-2006, 11:49 AM
Hi

Please feel free to get in contact with me regarding any promotional items you may need. We are specialists in sourcing and printing promotional gifts. Our pens start at around 17p per pen printed in four colours. Keyrings cost around 30p upwards.

We are doing a great deal on promo packs consisting of a mouse mat, coaster and writing pad - 250 of each for 549.

Call me free on 0800 310 1560 to have a chat and i'm sure we can do something whatever your price range.

Cheers

Steve

Sarah-InkPromo
06-03-2006, 02:34 PM
I can also help with that kind of thing, my website is www.inkpromotions.co.uk or contact me for more info

Kind regards

Sarah :)

unknown
06-03-2006, 04:16 PM
Paul, I like the site, nice work, where are the terms and conditions, privacy policy etc..?

btw - when you click the site link on your signature it redirects to a page not found link because there is a space at the beginning on the address, so you may want to take the space out ;)

http:// www.perfectjobsuk.com/

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lizshome
06-03-2006, 10:01 PM
Hi Paul,

Yes, Sarahs right we certainly do source and print all types of promotional items.

We specialise in working with you to find the type of business you are and finding out the clients you are pitching to. We will then find the piece of promotional merchandise - to suit your budget - that will keep your business in the forefront of these peoples minds.

However, you mentioned pens and we do these too! You may have read my reply earlier but we have over 250 pens in the range and the budget ones start at 12p.

If you send me an email with what you are looking for I will get a quote/sample back to you.

Good luck with the new website, it looks very impressive.

Liz

perfectj
07-03-2006, 08:45 AM
Originally posted by unknown
Paul, I like the site, nice work, where are the terms and conditions, privacy policy etc..?

btw - when you click the site link on your signature it redirects to a page not found link because there is a space at the beginning on the address, so you may want to take the space out ;)

http:// www.perfectjobsuk.com/

{space before http:// }

Cheers Unkown, im pretty new to the whole wed design game, is there anywhere you can get std terms and conditions and privacy policys?

unknown
07-03-2006, 05:40 PM
well... when it comes to something like terms and conditons I wouldnt have thought there would be a 'standard' template or anything as each business is different, what I would do is discuss this with a solicitor because most of us dont know all the legal jargon, but when it comes to protecting your business you really need to understand the law so a solicitor is the way to go I think.

Privacy policy, you basically need to construct a form that states, how your going to use their data, such as sign up information, if you store browser cookies make it clear that your not going to use their email address for anything OTHER than emailing them job posting (if they so wish) etc...

also, I think you should look into 'accessibility' i.e. conforming to a standard that gives access to everyone

old news report but was a good read:
http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/legal/0,39020651,39149806,00.htm

Web Accessibility guidelines:
http://www.w3.org/WAI/