Category Archives: Printing Process
Print businesses are constantly looking for ways to broaden their services, giving their customers a wide range of solutions. Some of these operations can become more and more complex and the demand is always rising.
Prepress is one of the most important elements with regards to print quality, mainly in terms of color, image, and overall outcome. So how can you guarantee success in this essential part of the print process? Here are a few suggestions.
Despite of the fact that many people think that printed materials such as books, magazines and newspapers will extinct in the near future, the notion that print is destined to go out of business is far from being true.
It’s not uncommon for people to think that it costs a lot to increase productivity, and a lot of time should be invested. Many print service owners claim they don’t have the time or the capital to afford such an investment.
Earlier in 2014 B2CPrint has launched its first versions of Mobile-Plus App and B2C-Wide App. After very successful implementations for ten’s of print providers worldwide, such as Art4all from Romania, WorkArt from South Africa, Foto Na Parede from Brazil, Go print nyomtatás from Hungary, Print All from Thailand , ProLab Digital from the U.S and more, B2C has launched new versions and updated the existing ones.
Connecting the customers to your printing services has always been a hard thing to do, there are many factors that can attract your customers to other print suppliers, whether it’s the cost that is getting more and more competitive, the technologies in the printing industry that are evolving constantly, or the type of service and convenience you can provide for the customers.
The new versions will include Facebook and Instagram integrations which will allow customers to choose photos to print directly from their account without the need to leave the website or upload their pictures.
In today’s competitive market, the best and efficient way to increase sales without increasing production costs is Web to Print. The four main reasons for that are as follows.
Saving time – manpower is a main factor in production costs, saving hours of graphic design, proofing processes and collecting information from customers can be a major cost factor and can make the difference between profitable jobs to a non-profitable ones.
Although the changes in the Print-on-Demand e-commerce traffic is not substantial as other markets yet, it is predicted to happen in the near future and it will take a big effect on the printing industry.
One of the most important keys for a successful Web to Print business is a large and attractive selection of graphic templates that end customers can choose from when they search for print products. The difference in the conversion rates between website that has large selection of templates and websites with pure selection can be as big as 80%!