Salt Lake Mailing & Printing Blog

Tips to Printing A Fantastic Brochure

By admin - 12th September 2013

Whether you’re the owner of a business or in charge of a neighborhood association, changes are at some point you will need to print up a brochure. Brochures are a great way to provide important information to other people in an aesthetically pleasing way. Working with a professional printer is a great way to ensure that your brochure looks it best. However, before you start designing, there are several things that you should know. By remembering and implementing these tips,...

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Finishing Touches on Your Print Job

By admin - 28th August 2013

The best way to elevate your print job above the competition is through the details. And there are several ways you can add a professional, official look to your print job with just a few finishing touches. In this article we’ll take a look at some. Folds There are several ways you can fold your publication. This includes throw-out folds, gate folds, French folds, accordion folds, and roll folds. A throw out fold is something that allows you to put...

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Print Media isn’t Dead

By admin - 13th August 2013

With the increase in digital marketing, the Internet, and SEO, there has been a lot of conversation around whether print marketing will eventually die a sad and lonely death. However, most industry leaders agree that while online marketing may be changing aspects of the field, there is a still a place for many of the staples of print marketing, including catalogs, brochures, and flyers. One of the ways that print marketing continues to have an impact is with direct mail....

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Using the Automated Postal Center

By admin - 26th June 2013

In 1998, the United States Postal System (USPS) unveiled its Automated Postal Center (APC). This new feature gave customers the opportunity to bypass the post office lines in...

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Printing a Brochure: Creating the Folds

By admin - 20th June 2013

When preparing a brochure to be printed, it’s important to design everything with the final printed product in mind. It doesn’t matter whether everything looks good on your...

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RGB vs. CMYK Color (Why Doesn’t My Print Job Look Like it Did on My Computer?)

By admin - 18th June 2013

For people who are working with printing or graphic design, one of the biggest puzzles is figuring out why the colors on their computer screen are different than...

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Advantages of Large Window Envelopes

By admin - 10th June 2013

A recent trend in direct mailing is the use of custom envelopes with large address windows.  These windows tend to run almost the entire length of the envelope...

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The Evolution of the Printing Trade

By admin - 28th May 2013

When Johannes Gutenberg invented the printing press in the mid-1400s, he forever changed the world of books, education, religion, and technology. As the printing press began to spread...

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History of the Printing Press

By admin - 22nd May 2013

The printing press is one invention that has forever changed the world.  The ability to mass print books and other documents has lead to an increase in knowledge...

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Your Post Office Bulk Mailing Experience

By admin - 15th May 2013

For businesses that have just entered the world of bulk mailing, the first trip to the post office can be an overwhelming experience. This mostly comes from an...

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