FLYERS – The Attention Seeker of all time.
Yes! It likes making it self know where ever it is found. So make a design that is worth looking at.
Are you setting up a new business, organizing an event or looking for new customers, you are going to need a flyer. One that is striking enough to be picked up and looked at by your target market.
A Flyer is a marketing material and it’s primary purpose is to attract attention, inform and convert your potential client to regular client and increase sales. Flyers are tangible in nature and the most cost effective means of advertising.
REASONS TO ORDER FOR A FLYER
Flyers are cheap
The cost of marketing is a huge deal for small scale businesses and even larger companies tend to keep an eye on cost. When you compare the cost of printing a flier to other forms of printed advertising, it is cheaper.
Easy to distribute!
With the small form factor and the sizes at which various flyer designs comes in, it helps to distribute easily and in turn saving on labour cost as well.
Reaching the right market!
For many businesses, ideal customers live nearby or in areas of town, imagine if every single household, stores or people within a four-mile receives a flyer about your business, this create a great targeting network for you.
Creativity in target approach
Allows for immense amount of creativity and variety marketing. With flyers, the opportunities for creativity are endless! You can try different shapes, sizes, colours, and any printable ideas you can think of.
Dispense Information clearly
Easy means to inform the reader, you can include important information that not only interest the reader but also persuasive. Use this tool to sell your business, product and establish reliability.
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The greatest difference between digital printing and traditional methods such as lithography, flexography, gravure, or letterpress is that there is no need to replace printing plates in digital printing, whereas in analog printing the plates are repeatedly replaced. This results in quicker turnaround time and lower cost when using digital printing, but typically a loss of some fine-image detail by most commercial digital printing processes.
DIGITAL AND OFFSET PRINTING
Digital printing refers to methods of printing from a digital-based image directly to a variety of media. It usually refers to professional printing where small-run jobs from desktop publishing and other digital sources are printed using large-format and/or high-volume laser or inkjet printers.
Offset printing technology uses plates, usually made from aluminum, which are used to transfer an image onto a rubber “blanket”, and then rolling that image onto a sheet of paper.
Offset printing also called offset lithography, or litho-offset is a commonly used printing technique in which the inked image is transferred (or “offset“) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. It’s called offset because the ink is not transferred directly onto the paper.
Is Offset printing cheaper than digital printing?
Cheaper low volume printing. While the unit cost of each piece may be higher than with offset printing, when setup costs are included digital printing provides lower per unit costs for very small print runs. Variable Data Printing is a form of customizable digital printing.
- What is print technology?
Offset printing is a widely used printing technique. Offset printing is where the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket. An offset transfer moves the image to the printing surface. … Currently, most books and newspapers are printed using the technique of offset lithography.
- What are the different types of printing?
The types of printing:
- Digital Printing.
- Letterpress Printing.
- Offset Printing.
- Screen Printing.
- Who invented printing?
It is a little-known but undisputed historical fact that Johannes Gutenberg did not invent the printi
ng press. Tho
ugh the Gutenberg Bible was certainly the first mass produced printed work, it was hardly the first printed book — nor was it even the first made using movable type.
We all know that Gutenberg invented the printing press but he didn’t invent printing. Over 500 years before Gutenberg was able to mass produce books with his revolutionary machine, Chinese monks were using wooden blocks dipped in ink and pressing them on parchment to create text.
- Who is the inventor of the printer?
The history of computer printers started in 1938 when Chester Carlson invented a dry printing process called electrophotography commonly called a Xerox, the foundation technology for laser printers to come.
5. The Chinese also invented business cards
Business cards are one of the print industry’s most common products. In the 1400s, the Chinese began using their version of a business card. These cards were not used for commercial purposes so were seen as calling cards, used to announce a meeting with another person.
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