A couple of days ago I received a message from a writer who wanted to know what kind of printing I use when I sell my booklets to corporations and large companies. Do I use digital or offset?
It was a valid question, but it showed how little the writer knew about selling booklets in large quantities. Most corporations and large companies either have an in house printer, or they are contracted with a printer that they either use exclusively or on a regular basis.
My answer to the writer was that I didn’t know or care whether digital or offset printing was used, as long as I received payment. In large quantity deals, most of the time all you need to do is sign on the dotted line. Your customer will take care of the rest!
To your riches!
PS: Of course, there ARE exceptions to the rules. If you want to print hard copies for other reasons, such as to sell to individuals, there is a right way and a wrong way to do it. Click here to learn more!
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