When a customer opens the door and picks up your shipment, will they see a package featuring a bold, custom, one-of-a-kind color design? If so, you’ve created more than a purchase, you’ve created a moment – a connection has been created – an emotion has been stirred. And it’s all because you put as much thought into your package as you did your product.
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Read the results of the first and largest custom packaging survey for Subscription Boxes, conducted by Subscription School and Cratejoy.
Custom packaging is one of the best ways to communicate brand messaging and reinforce your value to customers. It can also be the source of $1000s of cost, consume tons of time, and yes, provide you with tons of headaches.
When you gather feedback from your subscribers, you set your business up for gaining valuable information you can act on. Here’s how to do it.
Packing lists are custom inserts you include in your subscription box that include production more, prices, and more. See real-world examples plus helpful tips on how to create your own.
Depending on your product offering, you may consider using some type of packing material when shipping your box.
The advantages of using custom printed boxes are pretty obvious but labels offer some advantages as well.