Significant Others Shop Promotional work giving products/services significance for others to shop

October 21, 2016

Why Hire Promotional Models?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 7:58 am

From trade shows to tech conventions, from auto races to conferences, you’ll find promotional models.

Most of the time, these are attractive young ladies who present the product. Sometimes they might be dressed rather scantily, but most of them time they’ve got “themed” attire. Racing stripes at a car show or tech company logos on their outfits are typical examples.

Women tend to be the most prominent for most events. Cute faces put people at ease and make them feel more relaxed. You want them at ease when you deliver the sales pitch, don’t you?

However, there are other reasons to hire promotional models.

One reason to hire promo models is that it helps diversify your advertising.

Social media, print, TV, and radio are all typical avenues of advertising. Print, TV, and radio can all reach audiences you never thought you could, but they’re also easy to tune out. Social media has the biggest range, but it’s also prone to only reaching people who are already your customers.

A promo girl has limited scope and can only engage one customer at a time. However, what they lack in range, they make up for in impact. With a well-educated, well-trained promotional mode, you can turn a sceptic into a sale.

The more personal, physical element of interacting with a model hits home better than ads that aren’t so personal. For some businesses, personal engagement is a better advertising strategy.

Engagement helps convert sales, and no advertising method does this as well as a promotional model.

The model can stand there to draw attention just by being stunning or having the power of presence. If they are articulate about your product and offerings, that sticks in people’s memories. IF they remember you, they’ll consider buying from you if you have anything they need.

Models also help inform your market better than other forms of advertising can.

Who wants to read a wall of text when they can ask someone for information? A promo model can help build a long-lasting relationship, just by using a winning smile and any details about your offering that you decide to give them.

For some business, promo models are also a way to show off their fun side.

Imagine being a publishing company or a video game developer. You have a product that has characters with very iconic looks. Imagine having models dressed in costumes of those characters. The buzz that they’ll generate will draw in customers.

Even if you don’t go for that, you could just dress the models in a suitable manner. Racing stripes on clothes while at a car show are a good idea. If you want to show how your designs flatter the female figure, have an attractive model slip into them.

As you can see, there are excellent reasons to get some promo models working for you. You might not need them all the time, but for events like conventions or trade shows, they can do a lot more than just stand there and look beautiful.


July 15, 2016

How to Become a Successful Promo Model

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 3:27 pm

Nobody want’s to become a nobody. For people who want to become promo models, you definitely want to be somebody. But in order to attain that goal, you must first have certain traits to become successful. We have listed down the top habits of successful promo models.


1. Do your due homework – You must always be ready when doing promo work. What good are you as a promo model when you know nothing about the company you are going to represent? Nothing bums a customer more than a promo model that knows nothing.

2. Do some planning – Being a promo model is not just about being pretty and smiling a lot. Make sure you plan for your gig. You don’t want to arrive unprepared. For example, when working under the sun you have to prepare sunscreen and the proper clothes.

3. Be early – Ensure that you allot enough time for “mishaps” on your trip to your gig. Being late is a big no-no for promo models. Remember that you are the star of the show so the show can’t really start without you.

4. Be professional – Just because you think the job of a promo model is fun doesn’t mean you don’t have to be a professional. Be reliable, honest, and  respectful at all times. Helping the client and his customers should be your top priority at all times.

5. Relax – Last thing you have to remember is that you have fun at all times. People will recognize it if you are not happy with what you are doing and it will radiate to them. Be that ray of sunshine in the event.

November 6, 2015

MV Agusta F3

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 6:13 am

This previous post with the lovely lady and motorcycle for you bike fans out there features the beautiful MV Agusta F3. 

An Italian made, 3 cylinder, 800 cc machine. With the thrill of 1000cc, and the handling of 600cc.
The torque of a twin cylinder and acceleration of a 4. Combining the best of all worlds.\

October 14, 2015

Another example

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 6:50 am

Here is another promotional model example of the work they are able to produce and create…

Works well doesn’t it.

Motorbike with Promo Model

You can see that all of a sudden there are 2 points of contact to look at, that have you drawn int the motorbike on display.

September 29, 2015

Promotional Model Examples

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 4:06 am

Here are a few images, giving examples of promotional model work.

Potentially promotion of a clothing range. Showcasing and showing off

Promotional models handing out flyers and getting the name of a service in front of consumers

These are just some examples of the many possibilities for promotional model work. In effect though it works and it gets the name out there. It has a product increase its significance so that others shop for it.


Promotional Models

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 3:56 am

Promotional models…this is where the male readers starts drooling, dreaming and being distracted. Why would they do something like that? Well promotional models are exactly what men want to see in product promotion. Beautiful models/women displaying, showcasing and promoting a product/service, all with a smile on their face, hot bods, great personalities and a wicked product to accompany them. What else do you want?

Promotional models are perfect for a number of reasons in increasing the significance of a product. For starters, going back to the consumer world today, where things are all about looking good and sounding good, well promotional models look good…really good. The girls instantly grab your attention and you straight away want to know what they have on offer even if you are not interested in what they have to show.

You instantly divert your attention to their product/service because if hot girls are being paid to show it off, then it must be pretty special. Most of the time, what they are promoting does have some value, otherwise it would not be worth anyone’s time. However like a good salesman they can have you pulling your wallet out purchasing that new car with all of the extra’s, warranties and finance free deals within seconds, all thanks to a nice smile and cheeky compliment.

But it is not just about hot girls selling gym wear. The best part about promotional models is that they can be used for any event, in any setting. This includes events targeted at younger audiences as well as elderly. From gym wear, to cooking classes, to tools, to lawn bowls with Grandma. The options are endless, and significance will be present with Promotional models around.

Thinking of some perfect pleasurable promotion for your product or next event? Consider promotional models. If they don’t sell you anything. AT the very least they will be nice to look at.

May 7, 2015

Significant Others Shop

Filed under: Uncategorized — Miranda @ 5:24 am

Welcome to

Significant Others Shop is a website that is dedicated to displaying and discussing promotional work and its benefits in giving products and/or services significance in order for others to be appealed to the product/service to then shop or buy the product or service that is being promoted.

In today’s consumerist world, people are attracted to and driven by what looks and sounds good on the market, no matter how good or bad the quality of the product or service may be. The naturally human being train of thought says “if it looks good, it must be good”.

However in reality this is not always the case and many people are let down by the end product or service they receive simply because they were sold on the products significance on the market, which includes its popularity/what is trending.

Promotion of products is what creates the desire for people to purchase it. If it is not there in front of them, flashing with lights, bells and whistles, it will never be heard of, never be seen and never be purchased. Promotional work is used in a variety of different ways to support and improve the significance of the product/service to have it not only be in the field of view of consumers but to also have it stand out.

On this website, we will discuss different methods of promotion, the benefits of promotional work, and how the significance of something has others shop. Watch this space…..

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