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Paper you should know to print your business card.

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Paper you should know to print your business card.

Business cards are an easy and direct way to introduce your business while providing contact information, and often they are the first impression of a business that a potential client receives. A business card should convey a sense of quality and professionalism as well as attention to detail. It all starts with the choice of paper stock a business chooses for the card.

Card Stock

The correct term when discussing paper types for business cards is “card stock”, ...

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2015 Mother’s Day Cards Idea

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Mother’s Day is coming. Back away from the corny Hallmark cards.

For everyone celebrating the mothers (and/or mother figures) in their life this year, we’ve got your back. Here’s a selection of funny, cute and cheeky cards for any mom with a sense of humor. Because who wants rhyming prose when you could have pug puns?

Here are some creative mother’s day card.



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Reasons Why PDF files are best for printing.

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Reasons Why PDF files are best for printing.

PDFs are the preferred file for many print providers.  A PDF can be set up to give

your printing company all the information they need to eliminate problems,

avoid delays, and print your project exactly as you intend it.

Imagine this, you’ve just finished designing your print project. On your screen it looks fantastic and you are eagerly looking forward to all the compliments and praise you will receive from friends and colleagues. You  send off the completed file to the printer and await the return ...

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What is a Print Proof And Why?

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What is a Print Proof And Why?

A proof is a preliminary version of a printed piece. It provides a close representation of how the piece will appear when printed. Proofs are created to ensure that the client and printer are in complete agreement on the desired outcome before going to press.

A proof is vitally important because it helps prevent unforeseen problems with text, images, colors, spacing and other design elements. Finding and correcting layout issues before going to press not only saves valuable time, it also helps ...

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The Difference Between Coated and Uncoated Stock?

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Around here we tend to be enamored with the numerous choices and possibilities available in paper. We love all the different textures, weights, colors and uses associated with each paper and eagerly suck up information related to them. In short, we are a bunch of paper geeks.

Two words you will often hear associated with paper are coated and uncoated. These are two basic types of paper that distinguish them for specific uses.

 

An un-coated stock ...

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10 creative uses for Flyer printing

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You ordered your cheaper flyer printing from us and you’re delighted with
the results. The next step is to put them to the use of which they were
intended – to promote your products and services and bring them to the
attention of your potential customers. Here is a quick rundown of ten ways
you can put your freshly-printed flyers to good use.

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  1. Marketing Events and Exhibitions

Most people attending a ...

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Quick tips of Printing better booklets

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We’re back again with more information to increase your printing knowledge! When it comes to achieving better booklet printing, the following facts could benefit you in a number of ways. Not only will they assist in getting you a quality product, but they could affect your
pocketbook as well.

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Direct Mail Marketing Mistakes

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Direct Mail Marketing Mistakes

There are many direct mail mistakes that you need to avoid. These mistakes can cost you time, money, or even the hard-earned good reputation that you have built up in the community. Knowing about the errors will allow you to prevent them during your next direct mail campaign and help you get better campaign results.

  1. Not enough room for the address and barcode: When there is not enough room in the addressing area for the address and ...

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Design a custom die-cut sticker

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Design a custom die-cut sticker

Die-cut sticker marketing is an incredibly powerful way to brand your company and promote your products. Unfortunately, die-cut stickers are often overlooked by small business marketers – presumably because they’re unsure how to deploy them effectively.

Identify your purpose

Before you plan your die-cut sticker marketing strategy, you must identify the purpose. Your die-cut sticker could be: 1) part of a branding campaign; 2) part of a special promotion; or 3) part of a direct-response solicitation.

You should also define what it is ...

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Print and Design Terms Every Marketer Should Know

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Print and Design Terms Every Marketer Should Know

As a marketer, knowing print and design terms is crucial when it comes to executing any campaign that involves printed pieces. We know that printing terminology can often be confusing or too technical, so we’ve compiled a list of 5 terms to help you plan and execute your next printed marketing piece. Take a look

1. Bleed

Bleed

Bleed is a term that refers to printed area that extends past the edge of ...

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