Hey there! Today, let me introduce you a really innovative product: the charge card. If you do not know what we are talking about, it’s not a big deal. The charge card is something you may have never seen, but let me explain to you what it is.
So basically, the charge card is a card that charges electronic devices. In this article I’m going to focus on the ones that charges phones. As you can see on the picture below, the way it has to be used is very simple: you just plug it on your computer as well as in your phone.
Now you may think: “so what is the difference between this charge card and a classic yet efficient USB cable? I don’t get it”. Actually there is no difference, they both have the same purpose: to charge your phone. But the thing is: how many times has your phone ran out of battery? I guess plenty of times. And how many times had you thought about taking your USB link with you before you left home in the morning? None, or close to, am I right? The biggest advantage of the charge card is that it has been made to fit in your wallet. Therefore you can just put it there with your other cards, and do not have to think about it because it’s always with you. Obviously, in case you run out of battery in a pub for example: you’ll still need a computer, but at least you’ll have a way to connect your phone to it.
In terms of promotion now, why is this charge card relevant and interesting? First of all, as I said it’s a very innovative product that is not widespread at the moment. Then your company’s image would benefit with this feature by giving charge cards to your clients. Another advantage of the charge card is that you can easily put your company’s name/logo/slogan on it. And since it’s flat, people can’t avoid seeing it. Last but not least: the charge card is a product that people are likely to use on a daily basis: at the office, in bars/restaurants… So it’s likely to get other people interested in the charge card, asking questions such as “how did you get it?” about it, and that’s kind of the goal, isn’t it?