Imagine yourself standing on a towering cliff, ready to repel down the rock face for the very first time. Though you’ve been coached through the technique and the trustworthiness of the ropes, you’re still uncertain. What nudges you over the edge? Ego preservation? A spirit of adventure? If only there was a 100% guarantee of how this jump will end!


April showers bring May flowers, and with our latest issue of the Printer’s Press newsletter, you can shower your customers with fun and interesting tidbits, all while keeping your name front and center. In this Issue… In the April issue, you’ll find many interesting articles on: Tips to choose the best fruits and veggies A travel article that steps back


Navigating through new software shouldn’t be overwhelming. It should invoke excitement. It should be fun! That’s precisely the reason we brought Nick Wigtil, our UX Designer, on board at Marketing Ideas For Printers. Nick not only understands great design, he also understands how to translate it into an easy-to-understand experience for the user. I enjoy making a fun experience for


A Brilliant Start to a Lasting Legacy Conference organizers work hard to stage successful events, helping worldwide professionals network in meaningful ways, with long-lasting benefits. One international conference intentionally introduced certain attendees online before their event. But there was a problem. How would this cohort take their connection offline in a sea of 8,000+ people? Perhaps a simple, visible strategy


The title of this blog post could have just as easily been, “How an NDSU Bison National Championship Football Win turned into a Salvation Army Donation,” but that title is way too long. Another way-too-long option: “How a Friendly Wager Turned into a Win-Win-Win!” Setting the Stage As the 2017 college football season reached the playoff stage, the top two teams


One of our favorite stories about Printer@Work (the email newsletter available for use with each website provided by Marketing Ideas For Printers) goes something like this: One of our customers (a printer) told us how their customer (a print buyer) replied to a Printer@Work email the printer had sent. The customer’s email simply asked the printer to print X number


“There is only one corner of the universe you can be certain of improving, and that’s your own self.” This quote by Aldous Huxley, author of Brave New World and teacher and mentor to George Orwell, is some of the most universal advice out there. We hear it time and again from great business leaders, successful entrepreneurs, and the great minds


With spring just around the corner, the month of March feels full of fresh potential. Why not harness that potential and add a new piece to the marketing you do for your business? Breathe New Life Into Your Marketing If you have been looking for a way to breathe some life back into your marketing lineup, our Coffee Break newsletter


Remember playing “Telephone” as a kid? You’d whisper something to the person next to you, then each person in the circle would pass along what they heard until finally, the last person announced some random statement that only had the smallest fragments of what was said initially. There seems to be a similar “Telephone” whisper going around our printer circle


Mark Twain once observed, “A lie can get halfway around the world before the truth can even get its boots on.” His observation rings true: in a global world of fluff and noise, it is challenging to make ideas fly before they die! In their 2007 book, Made to Stick, accomplished educators Chip and Dan Heath explore what makes messages


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