brochure printing

Printing Price Analysis 2008-2011. What’s the Price of Printing a Brochure?

by Rich B

Well, here it is. If you supply or buy print, this is our first look at the price of printing a brochure, as reported by Webmart’s online print buying/selling platform. Also, check out this post on how we analysed the data to produce the graph. In a nutshell, we took 175 projects where we bought brochures for [...]

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Print Buying/Selling and the Price of Print Part 2. Data Analysis.

by Rich B

We developed our in house print buying/sourcing platform throughout 2007 and by 2008 our testing procedures finally came to and end and we were ready to use it live. It was an exciting time – for many of us. It was so new, some on the team thought it wouldn’t work. No one had tried [...]

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8 Steps to Brochure Design and Brochure Printing Effectiveness

by Rich B

Brochures can be a great sales tool for businesses of all shapes and sizes. Whether they’re a point-of-sale giveaway, for mail order or for sales support, they’re very much your flexible friend. Many smaller businesses have particular challenges when creating brochures – limited budgets and a lack of specialist writing and design skills can all [...]

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Print Buying and the Price of Print. A Wide-eyed and Gob-smacked Investigation by Data Miner No.1

by Rich B

I’m on a mission. It’s a mission which will require cunning and daring. It will entail physical endurance, mental anguish and aching limbs. You see, I’m about to embark on the biggest chunk of data-analysis I’ve ever undertaken, equipped with a wheezing copy of Excel 2000, a comprehensive knowledge of at least one Excel formula [...]

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Brochure Printing – Creating an Effective Brochure – Part 1

by Rich B

In this first part of our brochure printing guide, we look at the fundamentals of creating a great brochure. However important it is to choose the right printer to print your brochure (and believe me, it’s very important if you want a high quality, trouble free job!) creating an effective brochure starts much, much earlier. Before [...]

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Quick Printing Guide: saddle-stitching

by Rich B

Saddle-stitching is a cost-effective method used after the printing process to bind together pages of items such as catalogues, brochures or magazines. Once the item has been printed, it is typically fed into stitcher where the stitching process is automated – binding the pages together with metal staples. Definition: A way of producing catalogue/brochures/magazines etc. [...]

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