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Wholesale Booklet Printing
Whether you are selling and idea or a product, a booklet is a great way to get more information to your audience when a pamphlet is not enough and a book is too much.
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Debunking Myths of Digital Printing #3
Case Study No. 3: The kind of personal data needed to make variable information printing valuable is just too difficult to find and to expensive to collect.
The Legend: The kind of personal data needed to make variable information printing valuable is just too difficult to find and to expensive to collect.
From the Beginning:
Early promotions of variable information printing demonstrated the process’s power by focusing on sophisticated and complex applications. This created the misconception that rich sets of personal data were required for successful Variable Information Printing.
Debunking the Myth:
In reality, the majority of today’s one on one marketing pieces, and may of the most effective ones, make creative use of the most basic data sets. Sourcing your data sets is usually straightforward and once a personalized communications initiative is under way rules can be put in place to collect additional personalized information an build a better database ensuring you will have the data you need when you need it.
Heres the Proof –
- Simple personalization boosts response rate
Color name-only personalization has been shown to boost response rates by 135 percent over a comparable static black and white peice
- Increasing ROI with one to one
Variable Printing done right allows you to maximize your ROI by using one to one marketing. While total cost per piece for marketing materials may increase, it has been shown that revenue increase can be quite substantial.
Remember that Variable Printing services can yield more personalized direct mail marketing campaigns and using the power of digital printing can help build better relationships with your customers.
Make sure to check in with us about our new Variable Printing Solutions and Think creatively about personalization to yield amazing results.
Debunking the Myths of Digital Printing #1
ColorFx is excited to introduce a 4 part series debunking the urban legends of Digital Color Printing. Whether you are a graphic designer, creative director, account planner, production manager or printer, uncovering these urban legends will be an exciting and enlightening journey. We would like to welcome you to the world of enlightened print decision making!
Case Study No. 1: Image Quality
The Legend: Digital color printing doesn’t meet professional image quality standards. In particular, it doesn’t measure up to offset lithography.
Some Vocabulary: Offset Printing, Digital Color Printers
Offset Printing: A commonly used printing technique where the inked image is transferred (or “offset”) from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface.
Digital Printing: The reproduction of digital images on a physical surface. It is generally used for short print runs, and for the customization of print media. Every print can be different, because printing plates are not required, as in traditional methods.
From the Beginning:
This idea dates back to the first digital printers and copiers, which fell short of offset litho quality. Many current color copiers and printers don’t achieve offset quality, but they do provide effective solutions for the less demanding applications they are designed to perform.
Digital color printers are in a completely different class. The industrial version of office digital printers, they’re designed for short runs and variable printing data printing, which makes them a perfect complement to offset presses. In fact, a number of models have emerged with image quality that rivals offset.
When making a comparison, the print quality of a digital press to offsets is as digital photos is to analog shots. Both have different characteristics that affect output, but the quality achieves professional standards in nearly every application.