How’s Your Website Ranking? If it’s not at least on page one, Google says you don’t exist. There are ways you can get further up that ranking list, and it doesn’t have to cost you a single buck, but you do have to invest some time in it. In the Simply Print June 2017 Newsletter, we investigate ways to get to that wonderful place they call page one.
Our New Simply Print Website is up and running
After a lot of planning, our new website is up and running. We’re really happy with how it looks, with a totally new look to our old site, which served us very well, but sadly was looking a bit tired.
Which Marketing Works?
In the Simply Print May 2017 Newsletter, we talk about understanding the marketing puzzle, and finding out which marketing works. There’s an old saying “Only half of your marketing is working, but the hard part is knowing which half”.
Environmentally Responsible Printing
In the Simply Print April 2017 Newsletter we talk about the various ways we printers are helping the environment. I think the printing industry has a responsibility to be as environmentally responsible as possible. There are many ways that a printer can help reduce the effect their industry has on the Earth. After all, we as adults hold the planet in trust for our children.
Manual invoicing still alive!
We’re very proud to be the only printer in the Noosa area who prints invoice and order books in house? Other printers can offer the service, but they’ll outsource them.
Adobe v Publisher.
If you didn’t get to read our previous blog “To design or not to design”, this one is it’s sequal, so I suggest you read it first. I’ve spoken in the past about the perils of using Microsoft Publisher, Word or Excel for designing your own print job. But let’s say you’ve just purchased
Letterbox Marketing Success
Have you ever taken the time to study TV and radio ads from Joyce Mayne, Harvey Norman or The Good Guys, all fired at us at a hundred miles an hour. It’s all designed to create a feeling of urgency, and it works.Read More
Online Printer Blues.
A few clients complained about online printers, particularly with the colour being wrong. The problem with online printers is that you’re responsible for the entire job. You select the template, you type the details and you approve the proof.