Postcards


Primo Print offers a variety of printing options for postcards including Glossy UV Coating, Spot UV, Matte, Silk and more. Make an impact and spread your message with custom postcard. Check out our blogs about design options and the benefits of printing postcards.

Introducing the 22PT Gloss Laminated Cards

We’re excited to announce our new product; 22PT gloss laminated business card and 22PT gloss laminated postcard. Our new gloss laminated cards are printed on thick 16PT C2S card stock before receiving a super glossy 3 mil lamination that brings the total thickness of this card to 22PT!

We’re excited to announce our new product; 22PT gloss laminated business card and 22PT gloss laminated postcard. Our new gloss laminated cards are printed on thick 16PT C2S card stock before receiving a super glossy 3 mil lamination that brings the total thickness of this card to 22PT! These super durable cards are both water […]

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We’re excited to announce our new product; 22PT gloss laminated business card and 22PT gloss laminated postcard. Our new gloss laminated cards are printed on thick 16PT C2S card stock before receiving a super glossy 3 mil lamination that brings the total thickness of this card to 22PT!

These super durable cards are both water and tear resistant and resist chipping along the edges. The 3 mil lamination makes these cards difficult to tear or become damaged prior to handing out.

Add shine to your printed business cards and postcards. We’ll be announcing new products each week, so make sure you “hang around” to find out next weeks product!

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How to Market and Gain New Customers with Custom Flyers

100LB Gloss Book w/ Satin Coating. Printed with a protective satin aqueous coating.

Affordability, versatility and design possibilities are common reasons why businesses need flyers. Whether you want color of black and white designs, you want to create ads that stand out among the rest. Using custom printed flyers  is the best way to grab people’s attention, even for a few seconds. Read below to learn more about the […]

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Affordability, versatility and design possibilities are common reasons why businesses need flyers. Whether you want color of black and white designs, you want to create ads that stand out among the rest. Using custom printed flyers  is the best way to grab people’s attention, even for a few seconds.

Read below to learn more about the benefits of business flyers, and we have included helpful tips on how to design an effective flyer.

The Importance of Flyers

Long before the Internet, businesses used flyers to promote important causes and events. Flyers are important because they are cost-effective and simple to create. Not all businesses can afford a large advertising budget and create multiple marketing campaigns.

Flyers are easy to produce, hand out, hang up in stores, parks, and on bulletin boards at your local coffee shop. By designing flyers with bold and eye catching colors, there will be no problem finding viewers. For information about colors, visit our previous blog – Colors Speaks Louder Than Words.

18PT Postcard C1S by Primo Print. Coated on the front, no coating on the back for easy writing with a pen.

Features of Good Flyers

To enhance your flyer, include a bold title and headline that stands out more than the additional content. The headline is important and consists of the first words that introduce the overall message. After the header, write the body of the message, using clear, concise sentences, short paragraphs and to the point. Customers can get distracted easily if the flyer offers too many details. Include a “call to action” in the flyer that explains to the customer what action he or she needs to take.

The design part is usually the easiest part of the process. Whether you’ve already got a design, have a general idea, or need some help with a custom design, we can help!  There are no limits to creativity when it comes to marketing. First, know your audience and know what they would want to see as consumers.

Incorporating flyers into your marketing campaign is easy and cost-effective. You can use flyers for various reasons to promote store openings, business seminars, speaking events and more. Contact us today if you have general printing questions about printed flyers. We offer a variety of printing options for flyers; request a free sample packet to view some of our printed flyers.
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Primoprint Featured on Printaholic

Recently Primo Print was featured on Printaholic, a site that reviews the top online printing companies. We’re excited that Printaholic reached out to us discussing our affordable high quality printing products and how our customer service team stands out among competitors.

Recently Primoprint was featured on Printaholic, a site that reviews the top online printing companies. We’re excited that Printaholic reached out to us discussing our affordable high quality printing products and how our customer service team stands out among competitors. You can read the complete article here. Make sure you follow us on Twitter and Facebook as […]

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Recently Primoprint was featured on Printaholic, a site that reviews the top online printing companies. We’re excited that Printaholic reached out to us discussing our affordable high quality printing products and how our customer service team stands out among competitors.

You can read the complete article here. Make sure you follow us on Twitter and Facebook as we’ll be announcing new products!

 

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Which is Best For You: Coated or Uncoated Card Stock?

Selecting the appropriate stock for your print materials can be overwhelming if you’re not familiar with the paper stock. We have describe the difference between uncoated and coated paper

We understand selecting the best print product can be challenging if you’re not familiar with the paper stocks. One question that is often asked is which card stock is best for my print design: coated or uncoated? Well, below we have a brief description of the two: Uncoated and Coated card stock. Coated Paper Stock Coated […]

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We understand selecting the best print product can be challenging if you’re not familiar with the paper stocks. One question that is often asked is which card stock is best for my print design: coated or uncoated? Well, below we have a brief description of the two: Uncoated and Coated card stock.

Coated Paper Stock

Coated paper is going to have a matte or glossy finish. This type of paper is usually very smooth and offers a slight shine, potentially offering a high shine. Either way, this type of paper will have a great effect on the appearance of your printed material as it can improve the brightness. By selecting a Coated paper stock, it’s more resistant to wear and tear, water, and dirt, allowing your printed materials looking crisp and professional. This type of stock decreases the amount of ink that’s absorbed by the paper and how the ink bleeds into the paper.

This is desirable when wanting to receive a sharp and crisp image, because the ink stays on top of the paper and will not bleed, which can reduce the sharpness of the printed material. Keep in mind that with a coating, it’s more difficult to write on by using a pen or pencil. For example, sometimes people like to write on the back of a printed business card, and by having a coating, it makes it a little more difficult.

Keep in mind, with a coating it’s more difficult to write on by using a pen or pencil. For example, sometimes people like to write on the back of a printed business card and by having a coating makes it a little more difficult.

  • Coated Business Card

Coated postcard printed by Primo Print.

  • Coated Postcard

Uncoated Paper Stock

Selecting uncoated generally allows more ink to be absorbed, and it’s not as smooth as coated paper. Uncoated card stock is often used for printing envelopes and business letterhead that often require an elegant and classy look. Some examples include real estate brochures, business stationery, restaurant menus, school bookmarks and college booklets. Keep in mind that the colors will appear differently when printed on Uncoated paper vs. Coated paper. Since they allow you to easily write on, you can see below this Uncoated postcard provides fields for customers to write their name and comments on.

Uncoated postcard printed by Primo Print.

Uncoated business card printed by Primo Print.

If you have any questions or need advice on which paper stock would be best for you and your business, please contact one of our customer service representatives as they will be happy to assist you by fill out the contact form. If you still have questions about which paper stock and finishes may be best for you and your business, complete our sample request form, and we’ll send you fee samples.

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