Monthly Archives: November 2014

Couldn’t resist a print-related Thanksgiving post

Google is my best friend.  Whenever I need to find information, or I am in the “mood” for a certain type of image, I Google it.  And today, on Thanksgiving, I felt like finding vintage printed Thanksgiving cards – and … Continue reading

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What do I have to be thankful for?

There are a few of you who follow this blog that know that I have a LOT to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. Last year, I came back to work on the Monday following Thanksgiving, and was called into the … Continue reading

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#printmarketing – wrapping it all up!

Over the last several weeks we’ve explored many ways to market a printing company, from both print methods like collateral material and stationary, to online methods like blogging and social media.  While some printers – primarily large ones that have … Continue reading

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#printmarketing – what YOU as a printer can do, part 4

We’ve covered quite a bit on the recent blog posts, from structural collateral to stationary, and the realm of social media. There are many other elements still to cover, all of which are part of the overall print marketing element. … Continue reading

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Outlining Fonts: 3 Issues that arise for print production

Originally posted on Dreaming in CMYK :
Outlining fonts is feature in Adobe products that allows a designer to turn all copy into vector objects within their design. While it can prevent certain headaches (like unwanted text editing) to be avoided,…

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#printmarketing – what YOU as a printer can do, part 3

Well, last week we discussed a big and sometimes intimidating portion of print marketing: blogs and social media.  I would actually encourage you to reread that post, jot notes, follow the blogs I mentioned or download Matthew Parker’s course on print … Continue reading

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