Cover Your Head, a promotional product business in Greenville, SC, that specializes in custom embroidered hats, has announced that they have launched both a Tumblr blog and a YouTube channel. The company offers various kinds of hats, ranging from trucker hats to beanies and other headwear. The blog and the video channel are part of their overall online marketing efforts.
Chris Kicidis from Cover Your Head says: “We really want to encourage people to visit our hat blog. The blog has provided us with the opportunity to tell people more about hats, their place in history, and new fashions, for instance. We have tried to create a fun, friendly, and informative space and we encourage everyone to follow us to stay up to date with any news. We also welcome any comments as we love talking about hats.”
Although having only recently been launched, the company has already included quite a significant amount of content on the blog. Featured articles include Milan shopping and which independent boutiques are the best places to go to, information about custom trucker hats, and information on custom hats and caps. Those who have visited the blog have found the information very interesting and are looking forward to the next update.
The Cover Your Head YouTube channel is also still in its infancy. The company aims to use it to share videos about hats, how they are made, how they should be worn, and more. “Please do watch our videos,” adds Chris Kicidis. “Wearing a hat is a fashion statement that you have to get just right, regardless of the type of hat that you wear, and we want to make sure nobody makes a ‘hat faux pas’, wearing the wrong hat at the wrong time.”
Those who are interested in ordering custom hats and caps can do so through the Cover Your Head website on coveryourhead.net. They currently offer high-quality baseball caps, trucker hats, and beanies. Embroidery is included for free, as is shipping and handling. They also regularly hold sales and offer discounts on bulk orders. The company has launched a number of social media channels, including Twitter and Google+, where people can receive more information as well as join in the discussions.
SOURCE: Press Advantage