1. Do not let the Double Sided Feather Flags to block a small stall on the front desk (unless you have a good reason), instead of being open and inviting, letting people enter your space and aisle
  2. Do not sit there and read or play computer. Instead, make your foreground smile and call them.
  3. If you have a very small Trade Show booth, try using the artist’s tape and “rehearsal” your settings to mark the space. Mark a 10×10 space on your home or office floor, place the table in space, and list the items you plan to show. So you will know how much you need to bring something, what can be left.
  4. Determine the limits of the venue according to the height of the site and the permitted material.
  5. Identify what your goal is – why are you in the program? Get potential customers, sell, build brand awareness? Everything is valid, just to know what you want from the program, or you do not know if it is successful.
  6. Do not forget to do marketing. Let people know that you will be at the show, where to find you, why do they want to.
  7. List and check twice. Do not let yourself fall into the no key thing – write it down and check it off
  8. Never ignore your customers!
  9. Have a special performance, match or some kind of deal.
  10. Do not forget to catch every clue and follow up immediately! The longer it takes for a follow-up action, the less likely it will be to become a customer.

Mistakes to avoid in using Double Sided Feather Flags

  1. Do not pay attention to the use of Two Sided Feather Banners may not be your best choice – it may be
  2. Do not use Double Sided Feather Flags to help brands and marketing.
  3. Cannot capture potential customers for each potential customer.
  4. Do not follow those protagonists
  5. Do not participate in the foreground.
  6. Do not provide an unforgettable experience for potential customers.
  7. There is no clear goal for your booth (brand, leading capture, sales, loyalty building, information
  8. Do not let customers know your goal
  9. Do not tell your customers what you want them to do (i.e. Your name and e-mail sent to this number, to this area)