One of our favorite stories about [email protected] (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 [email protected] email the printer had sent. The customer’s email simply asked the printer to print X number


Consumer Reports, Printer@Work, Websites, Marketing Ideas For Printers

We received notification from one of our content partners, alerting us of their decision to discontinue distribution of twice-weekly content from Consumer Reports. For you, that means the Consumer Reports content that is linked to your [email protected] email newsletter will be phased out. Here are some dates for you to be aware of: The last Consumer Reports content that will be published to


Be Prepared for the Next Phase of the Canadian Anti-Spam Law, Email, Printer@Work, Marketing Ideas For Printers

Back in December 2010, Canada passed a sweeping anti-spam law that entered into force on July 1, 2014. The super-short version of the law that’s important to our Canadian printers is this: Before sending any electronic messages, you are required to have the consent (permission) of the recipient. (Note that “electronic messages” means more than email; it also includes messages sent


Printer@Work, Websites, Marketing Ideas For Printers, Printer@Work: An Email Newsletter Your Customers Will Love

If you’re looking for a creative way to grow your business with a loyal following of print customers, you’ll want to check out the [email protected] email newsletter! The Choice is Yours The [email protected] newsletter is emailed on your behalf on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month, and contains ten minutes of fun, engaging content that your audience will


If the toughest part of business is landing that new customer, the second toughest part is getting them to come back! The innovative [email protected] email newsletter helps you sell more printing by generating that much-needed repeat business, with style! This time-tested feature has been a part of our websites for more than 12 years, with more than 300 publications produced.


You will soon witness a landmark number: the 300th issue of the [email protected] email newsletter! ([email protected] is an email newsletter available to all Websites For Printers website clients.) Wow! 300 issues! Let’s make that number more real. Newsletter content is provided for delivery on the first and third Tuesday of each month. 300 issues ÷ 2 issues per month = 150 months,


Some Websites For Printers clients have recently received a notice from Getty Images regarding the use of one of their copyrighted photos in the [email protected] email newsletter. In this letter, Getty is requesting a settlement amount of a few hundred to, in some cases, over a thousand dollars for the “unlicensed” use of this image. This has prompted a number


Let’s get the play on words straight right from the start. Moderately Confused is a cartoon, and it’s been added to all Websites For Printers websites! Here are a few samples: Moderately Confused is described as: A whimsical, slice-of-life view into life’s fool-hardy moments. That pretty much nails it! You’ll find the Moderately Confused cartoon in the [email protected] section of your website, which is


I truly can’t get enough of graphic design. There’s always something new to learn, and often times it seems there’s more than one way to get successful results. Some routes save more time than others and, incredibly, the time saved using Adobe Illustrator’s Symbolism Tool can be measured in hours. Wow! That’s pretty amazing, no matter how you look at it. The Symbolism Tool


We love adding fresh content to Websites For Printers websites! Earlier this week we added a new Design Tip to the Ideas Collection of the Websites For Printers websites. The new tip, Grab Them Right Out of the Gate, educates print buyers on how to use a gate fold to present big information in a small brochure. This is the kind of information


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