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A ballot box is typically used to garner suggestions, create leads, to cast votes or run a promotional contest. But no all ballot boxes are created equal. Simply putting out a ballot box will not help you meet your goals. At Leadbox.com, we not only offer low cost,
cheap ballot boxes
made in the USA, but we also offer the Industry know-how and expertise to help you meet your ballot box program goals.
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Black Cardboard Sweepstake box with 6 x 8 sign display.
White Cardboard Countertop donation box
Cardboard Ballot and Lead Box, Dark Blue, Medium, Matte Finish
Suggestion Box - Clear plastic with black top
Plastic Ballot Box with Brochure Pocket
Small Countertop Black Plastic Ballot or Suggestion Box -
Floor Standing Ballot and Contest Box - BEST SELLER - FREE SHIPPING
Durable, Large, Black with 8.5 x 11; sign holder
Small, black or clear donation box -Display Size 5.5 x 7.5
Blue Cardboard Registration Entry Box - Labels included
Tips Appreciated Box
Acrylic Locking Ballot/Suggestion Box w/Floor Stand - FREE SHIPPING
Custom Cardboard ballot box and Full Label Stickers. Choose from 2 different colors
Black Acrylic Suggestion Box, Medium Size with 5.5 x 8.5 Sign Holder
Ballot and Entry Box, Glossy Sweepstake box with business card holder and graphics
Sweepstake box or Registration Box. ONLY AVAILABLE IN WHITE
Cardboard Contest Box - 10 Pack
Tip box with graphics -
SAMPLE BOX - Cardboard Entry Box Sample
Medium countertop clear plastic locking donation box with removable header
Based on years of first-hand experience, here are some tips to help you get the most out of your ballot box program:
1. Leverage Technology:
There is no question that the digital age has forever changed the way companies market. But despite predictions that offline marketing techniques will fade away into the ethers, progressive companies are using a hybrid approach that blends offline and online marketing techniques to bolster their ballot box strategies. For example, many of our customers use modern day techniques such as
with their ballot box programs to attain significant results.
2. When it makes sense, make anonymity an option.
Especially for critical feedback, allowing employees and customer to remain anonymous will solicit the kind of candid feedback companies are looking for. This is where an "offline"
are truly anonymous, and the fact of the matter is they are not. Technology is traceable, but submitting an anonymous form is not.
3. Use compelling graphics.
A picture speaks a thousand words. According to research, 90% of information transmitted to the brain is visual, and visuals are processed 60,000x's faster in the brain than text.
4. Provide the right incentives
to encourage participation. Surprisingly, particularly for employees, research shows that monetary incentives are not always best. Recognition, pride and personal accomplishment have proven to be much more meaningful for employees. One of our customers openly recognizes the employee with the winning idea at the monthly company meeting. On the flip side, when running a promotional give-away to customers, the right monetary incentive is key (think free giveaway or discount coupon)
5. Remember placement is important.
When employees or customers are pressed for time, getting their feedback is very unlikely. But when they have down time such as during lunch break or while waiting in a lobby, they often look for something to fill their time, which is the opportune time for feedback.