This week’s post is not my normal fare, but while on the surface it may not seem social media focused, it does have a social media spin. Let me explain.
I was in a coffee shop a few days ago and was listening to a local artist and as I sat there, I started thinking to myself how I don’t promote myself as much as I probably should. I thought, boy, if I had some slick business cards with my personal brand, it sure would be nice to leave one with this artist and even the coffee shop in case they ever wanted to have some social media or digital marketing consulting done. Something so simple, yet I was not armed with “ammo” I needed to leave my lasting impression with two potential clients.
I immediately raced home and started my plans to re-think my blog design, but more importantly, creating a compelling business card that I could always have at my disposal. That’s where Printingforless.com came in.
I’ve used Printingforless.com in the past and have always been very satisfied with the entire experience. The bottom line is that Printingforless.com GETS IT. They get service, they get price, they get quality of product. They nail just about everything, and they do it VERY well. I’m thoroughly impressed with their operation, and they easily get my vote for best digital printer EVER.
For a mere $85, I’m getting 500 business cards, 2 sided, 4 color print delivered. That’s a great deal. Not to mention that they have worked with me to get the file I provided right despite my own errors in formatting. They are patient, responsive, and a delight to work with. They have a great team based approach to projects (I got to work with Team Big Sky this time around), and I’m still amazed at how quickly they work, how responsive they are, and no matter the roadblocks I have created in getting it right, they don’t charge anything additional to get it right. If you also need to promote your business, digital printing is an option, like 1DayBanner.
They’re website is easy to use, and you can quickly and easily see what your projects will cost in real time as you change/update your selections. The only feedback I have is that they consider spicing up their web design a bit. The site looks a little 90’s and could use a fresh Web 2.0 update to bring it up with the times. I’d also infuse social media a bit more into their site and service (wink, I’m here if you need me PFL!). But hey, nitpicking here. I’ll take the experience as is any day.
Take my word for it, they are the real deal, and an absolute must for any printing project you have today or in the future.
Click here to check out Printingforless.com.