Okay, it’s the big day. You and your realty team have prepared the house for the showing and the business cards are displayed near the entrance of the house.

Now, you wait for the first interested individual, and the next, and the next. You and your team of realtors spend the day filtering people and families in and out of the house like clockwork, reciting the facts of the property, hoping you can show your visitors the beauty of the property listed in the short time they are there. Like all open houses, the tours come to a close and you are hopeful that your house made THE impression. Once an individual leaves the available property, how do you ensure that they remember you? How do you stay top-of-mind especially during a time where they might be house-hunting? There are a lot of ways to try to get your visitors to remember you, but what’s effective, and what isn’t?

The Power of Word-of-Mouth Advertising

In the digital world, with convenient tools such as dashboard reporting and resources such as Google Analytics, it’s hard to believe that one of the most effective forms of advertising is a tool that is often hard to measure. However, in 2020, word-of-mouth is still proving to be one of the most effective ways to sell your product or business.

Just this year, it was reported that 92% of consumers will still believe their friends’ or family’s suggestions more than buying into an advertisement, according to Nielsen, and 88% of people will trust online reviews as much as a review from a personal friend. At the end of the day, it’s reported that 74% of consumers identify WOM as a key influencer in the purchasing decisions, meaning, word-of-mouth is still extremely powerful in the world of marketing! From seeing a social media post about your friend’s new vacuum and telling your co-worker about it the next day, to listening to your mom’s review of the new taco salad and getting it for your next fast food order because of “how much she liked it.” Word-of-mouth is simple yet powerful and proves that a little can do a lot.

Our custom-designed magnets are the perfect item to create conversation around friends. The unique art and informational real estate that is provided, along with the durable and long-lasting material, make for a great promotional piece to provide that important word-of-mouth your company needs.

The Staying Power of Magnets

The kitchen is the room with the most traffic in the house. From a dinner party to a game night to even a realty open house, the refrigerator is one of the best places to display your promotional magnet. With our in-house art department, we will create a custom and unique magnet for your business that stands out above the rest, and, the durable material will make sure your advertisement stands the test of time.

Want your magnet to stand out but don’t have the artwork? No problem! Send us your logo and the information you’d like on the magnet and will create custom magnets for your business, product, or event. And our artwork process is completely free! With no extra charge on art, we make sure you will get a product you love at a cost you love. Request a free quote for your free artwork and order low minimums!


America's #1 Molded Magnet

At Ideaman, we take pride in being the last operating molded magnet suppliers in the nation. Known for our vintage and “three-dimensional” refrigerator magnets, Ideaman and its consumer company, Classic Magnets, are proudly making the magnets right here in the USA. Known for its “raised” molded design, custom designs, and flexible and durable material, this is a great addition to your online store!

Ready to order? This is the fun part. Head to our quote page to request a free estimate for your order, send us an email at info@ideamaninc.com, or call our customer service at 1-800-205-4332 and we’ll get started. 

Step 1. Choose the series that best suits you.

Step 2. Select the designs that fit your needs.

Step 3. Provide us with the wording you want on the magnet.

We’ll discuss minimum order requirements and give you a quote in minutes.

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