Full Spectrum Media Expands Services with www.FSMprint.com
Press release from the issuing company
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla.--Jan. 10, 2007-- Full Spectrum Media announced today that they have officially launched www.FSMprint.com, the website servicing their in-house, full-color print facility. The creation of www.FSMprint.com comes as Full Spectrum Media's print facility marks 40% sales growth for 2006.
"The print arm of Full Spectrum Media grew at such a rapid pace in 2006 that we had to increase our infrastructure," says Randy Schneider, President of Full Spectrum Media. "In turn, the scope of our services has increased effectively increasing our brand value. The demand for the website came from our customers who needed to keep abreast of the vast scope of our latest print capabilities."
www.FSMprint.com gives users direct access to the information they need when planning print jobs from business cards to high-resolution, off-set, digital applications. The wide range of services includes brochures, banners, postcards, flyers, posters, catalogs, direct mail and graphic design.
The website also introduces Full Spectrum Media's unique cross-marketing tool, PPR.
"PPR bridges the gap between your marketing efforts," says Schneider. "We have established a proprietary value-added service that allows our clients to connect their print jobs to their target customers in a way not previously possible."
Schneider says that PPR is an innovative tool that most other printing companies do not have the ability to offer. PPR brings news of your marketing strategy to your target consumers by informing traditional media outlets as well as optimizing the presence of your news on the web.
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