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“Bulk Mail” refers to large quantities of mail
which can be mailed at reduced postage.
Before you put an invitation with RSVPs in the mail, weigh them so you can know how much return postage will cost.
Recent studies show 63% of recipients read
direct mail pieces after they have been opened.
A good handwritten font will perform as well or better than actual handwritten notes with the added benefit of costing less.
Mailing raffle tickets through the USPS
When creating a piece to mail, it is important to keep in mind the aspect ratio. Standard rates apply when the length of your piece divided by the width of your piece falls between 1.3 and 2.5.
To achieve optimum quality from your printed materials, supply files as Print-ready PDFs with images that include crop marks and 1/8″ bleeds.
To achieve optimum quality from your printed materials, supply files as Print-ready PDFs with images that have embedded or converted to outlines fonts.
To achieve optimum quality from your printed materials, supply files as Print-ready PDFs with images that are at least 600dpi.