Add branded tech gifts to your marketing plan and take advantage of the world’s addiction to devices.

Most of us are dependent on technology to solve practical problems and make our lives easier. Our cell phones and chargers are with us wherever we go. Now imagine your company’s name and logo on these mobile items. It’s an incredible opportunity for exposure!

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Exposing your name and contact information with tech promo items can help you reach more customers than traditional marketing methods. Since custom tech giveaways are very mobile, it’s like sending your advertising campaign on tour!

Here’s a look at some popular and very affordable branded tech gifts:

Best tech giveaways

Rubberized Phone Wallets (#TTM100)

Custom Phone Wallets

Marketing benefit: The cost is less than $1 each for 150 or more and the price drops significantly for larger orders. Your name, logo or contact information is easy to read on the face of these silicone wallets. Rubberized phone wallets are simple to store and transport to trade shows and conventions. They are available in seven popular colors.

User benefit: Rubberized phone wallets easily attach to the back of most smartphones. Credit cards, keys, IDs, cash and other items slide effortless into the pocket for quick access and added security. They are handy at the gym, on bicycle rides or running when it’s not convenient to carry a purse or traditional wallet.

Note: Rubberized Phone Wallets with Kickstands (#TTM101) give you an extra no-hands advantage for reading recipes or keeping a close eye on calls and texts.

USB Auto Adapter (#TTM103)

Custom Chargers

Marketing benefit: High functionality makes USB auto adapters great tech giveaways for expos and new product launches. A low-minimum quantity of 25 is a windfall for small businesses; bulk buying is icing on the cake. Give customized auto adapters as gifts to traveling employees so their phones, tablets and other devices are always charged. Six product colors available.

User benefit: Americans spend about 293 hours in their vehicles each year. Use that time to power up your smartphone and other tech items before you get to your destination. Doing so could prevent dropped calls and ensure emergency help is just a call away.

Microfiber Cleaning Cloths with Pouch (#Z121)

Custom Screen Cleaner

Marketing benefit: Microfiber cloths are delivered to you neatly tucked inside their own plastic storage pouches. At less than 60 cents each for 125 items, they are incredibly affordable. Your company’s logo can be imprinted on a large 2-inch-by-3/4-inch area on the flap and a 2-inch-by-1-inch imprint area on the back. They are available in eight product colors. These are exceptionally good giveaways for eye doctors and computer repair shops.

User benefit: The large 6-inch-by-6-inch microfiber cloth quickly attracts and removes dust from eyeglasses, cell phones and computer monitors without scratching. The convenient pouch keeps the cloth free of dust and other particles when not in use. You can slip the pouch smoothly into a pocket, purse or laptop bag.

Portable UL Listed Charger (Z126)

Custom Power Bank

Marketing benefit: Choose from seven gorgeous product colors to match your business or organization theme. You can order just 25 chargers at $10.76 each to give as special employee rewards or to clients you want to impress. These portable chargers are made with durable metal for long-lasting brand exposure. They arrive individually packaged in gift boxes.

User benefit: This portable charger has it all: USB output, micro USB input with cord, 2200 mAh lithium-ion grade A battery, and an output of 5 volts. It is a favorite on-the-go charger for most smartphones, MP3 players and other popular devices.

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Shelley Grieshop is a former newspaper journalist who earned more than a dozen Associated Press awards for her in-depth research and writing skills. In May 2016, she joined Totally Promotional as a creative writer. She currently writes company blogs about branding, marketing, logos, wedding planning and much more. One of her life goals is to teach people when to use hyphens and apostrophes.

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