Though the year has changed, some things haven’t. Like Copies&Ink’s commitment to exceptional customer service. Since 1966 we’ve been taking care of our customers’ business marketing needs. Our 2017 product mix includes a blend of new and old:
– Printed forms, invoices and stationery
– Envelopes of all shapes, sizes and descriptions
– Corporate business cards, created online, from your own convenient company portal
– Newsletters, Brochures and Direct Mail Marketing
– Business Websites
– E-Commerce Enabled Websites
– Email Marketing
– Copy Writing Services
– Graphic Design/Production/Editing
Contact us for information and pricing: http://copiesandink.com/customer-service/
The Postal service is still the number one go-to option for direct marketing, even in deep into digital 2016.
It’s always been the same; choosing the right products and services from the postal service can be confusing. The following pages might help:
For your reference: here’s the master price list of USPS products and services: http://pe.usps.com/text/dmm300/Notice123.htm#_c109
Furthermore, a handy mailing piece size reference chart can be found here: http://pe.usps.com/text/dmm300/Notice123.htm#_c435
The are many pitfalls when you work with direct mail. Before you begin your next design, be sure to check the rules. Mistakes can be very costly. If your project involves mailing more than a few hundred pieces, it easily pays to work with an experienced service provider. More often than not, you’ll save money in the long run.
Call me at 909-948-3550 if you’ve got questions or need assistance! ~Bill Alpert
Certainly “what file type(s) does Copies&Ink accept?” falls into the category of a most frequently asked question. Here are some simple answers:
Adobe PDF files are great, if prepared according to generally accepted guidelines for commercial printing.
Adobe Creative Suite is fully supported. Copies&Ink was an original Adobe Authorized Service Provider and Adobe Influencer in Southern California. Here are your best options:
Contact us for advice on how to best optimize your documents for print.
If you need to send us documents based on Microsoft applications, such as MS Word, Powerpoint or Excel, your best option is to first convert these documents to PDF.
Apple Pages is fully supported, though PDF export.
If your situation doesn’t fit one of the above options, contact us for assistance.