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are a great way to retain the interest and get repeat business from existing clients, while generating interest of new clients. Newsletters also convey new developments, products and services of a company like an internal magazine or newspaper.
If you are planning to put out a newsletter, it is advisable to consult a printing company with extensive experience to offer precious advice on how to make the most of your publication.
Businesses use newsletters both for in-house and out-house purposes.
In-house newsletters provide a way to generate a positive feeling of harmony among employees, at the same time inform employees of new changes in company policies and developments.
Out-house newsletters can be sent to a firm’s mailing list of clients and potential clients. A newsletter is a great way to remind your clients that you are still active and are continuing to grow by adding new services all the time. You may also want to let your clientele know about new deals, discounts and coupons that are currently available.
Newsletters for All
Churches use bulletins to report on church activities including Kids Church, youth groups and active seniors in the church. Church bulletins also provide a schedule of forthcoming activities and perhaps, a spiritual teaching for the week.
University and School newsletters are common, too, including faculty and staff newsletters and publications, student publications and special organization newsletters.
Newsletter printing services are particularly in demand during elections, as politicians have experienced positive results that can come with a competent direct mail campaign that includes newsletters.
Corporate Color Printing, Inc. has over 25 years of experience in printing newsletters and can advise clients on many aspects of newsletter printing, including target markets and matching it with the goals the client wants to accomplish through the newsletter.
We can advise on what works and what doesn’t in the smallest details such as paper stock, the use of bleeds, use of color, type and style of content, size, do’s and don’ts, graphics, images, layouts, sidebars, use of shaded boxes and digital options, among others.
If you are planning to put out a newsletter, don’t place your job in the hands of someone who is new to the printing business. Go for track record, experience and reputation. These are areas where Corporate Color Printing, Inc. does not fall short.