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Newsletter Printing for more than 5 decades!
The enduring power of the printed newsletter
Inspirational . Informative . Visual
Printed newsletter continue to be Lazarus and popular for many businesses, societies, and club organization. It is sure a terrific visual printed material that people keep for much longer than they think. People keep the relevant and keepsake newsletters for their sentimental and informative values. Lets help you make your newsletters memorable! Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Five reasons why printed newsletters are better than digital online
- It's proven that most people prefer to hold, touch and feel what they are reading.
- Printed mail gets delivered. It's not blocked or spammed out.
- Studies show that the retention of reading online is much less compared to printed material.
- A printed newsletter has more perceived value and relays a personal touch, especially if it's well designed.
- Printed newsletters have great 'hang-time'. People keep them for further or future reading. Not only are they likely to be read thoroughly, they usually get passed around.
Emailed newsletters have major downsides
The vast majority of newsletter emails are not read. Everyone is bombarded by email overload and spam accounts for about 90% of it. That means 9 out of every 10 emails in your in box is junk. Even if your emailed newsletter gets read, how much attention do you think it gets? A Nielsen Norman Group Report revealed the typical email newsletter gets 51 seconds of your reader's time. That was several years ago. Today, many say its less than 30 seconds.
We're passionate about the printed newsletter and we'd love to provide you with an estimate for yours. Think twice before you have it photocopied at copy centre or big box store. You will be pleasantly surprised at our pricing and the print quality will be way better.