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Restaurant chain Johnny Rockets has launched a direct mail campaign targeting local businesses with special lunch offers for employees.
As the Graph Expo show approaches, I’ve had people ask if they should go and if they go what they should see. First, the answer is yes – you should go. Even if it’s just for one day – you should go. There is no better way to research equipment and learn about money saving and money making strategies than by seeing the equipment and hearing from the industry experts at the show.
A growing number of print service providers are seeking to increase revenues and profits by adding web-to-print services and applications. Some companies have used web-to-print solutions to drive impressive revenue and profit growth, but many others haven't been quite as successful.
Consumers increasingly value postal mail as a source for marketing offers and for its trustworthiness,
This simple story is all over the internet.
As many know,
Dscoop, the independent user group for HP Indigo and Scitex owners, has been one of the biggest user group success stories in our industry. Even though last year was terrible for the industry, Dscoop had an attendance of 1,823 and had to turn away both attendees and sponsors because the demand was so high. In 2011, Dscoop 6 organizers expect to significantly exceed that attendance level. The conference will be held February 17-19, 2011, at the Gaylord Palms Hotel and Conference Center in Orlando FL.
Standard Mail continues to show signs of rebounding,
The picture above was taken not in a printing museum but in the letterpress department of Taylor Corporation’s Tatex subsidiary in Waco, TX. Somewhere in the room is what’s believed to be the oldest Heidelberg press still in operation in the U.S.
“On the whole, I would rather be in Philadelphia.” It’s what W.C. Fields was rumored (falsely) to have chosen as the inscription on his gravestone. For present-day bloggers in the City of Brotherly Love who remember it, the line carries as much irony as any of the late comedian’s celebrated wisecracks. That’s because the city of Philadelphia wants them to pay what has been incorrectly labeled a “blogging tax”—a development reported by Philadelphia Citypaper last week.
By Shelley Sweeney,
A new report suggests that nonprofits should focus fundraising budgets on better-
For weeks we have had some very heated conversations about the iPads and e-
A Printing Office, WhatTheyThink’s blog for small to medium printers, is now serving this audience under the auspices of PrintCEO. Patrick Henry, managing editor of A Printing Office, will continue to post news and commentary for this segment at PrintCEO, which contains a complete archive of material previously published at A Printing Office.
A debate has resurfaced in the publishing blogosphere in the last few months,
Most providers of web-
Steve Reynolds has selflessly raised money on behalf of cancer victims by riding in three LIVESTRONG “Century” (100 mile) events over the last three years. This year’s ride would have been Steve’s fourth ride except for his June diagnosis of Stage 4 Colon Cancer. Despite the advanced stage and extreme seriousness of his situation, Steve is rising to the challenge and has begun his fight. A Fundraiser is planned during GraphExpo to raise money for LIVESTRONG in honor of industry analyst Steve's fight against cancer.
I love the show MythBusters and secretly fantasize about being a Mythbuster myself.
According to Forbes,
It appears that Williams-
Video opportunities Perry Lawrence,
Following the June launch of the Web site WorkWearSavings.
The mobile industry continues to look for ways to facilitate marketers being able to connect with consumers over mobile phones,
The national TransPromo Summit conference ran for three years.