Marketers are becoming more concerned about what their brands are associated with online. Despite their efforts, they have little control on where their digital ads show up.
550 years ago today, Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the printing press, passed away. It is hard to exaggerate the importance of Gutenberg’s contributions to society.
QR codes are hugely popular, and are still climbing the charts.
A few weeks ago we played tour guide, instructor, and wrangler to roughly 30 students, 2 parents, and 1 teacher from Pocahontas Middle School. We started and ended in our […]
Marketing ain’t cheap these days. Decreased budgets and a lean staff makes it difficult to run an effective Marketing department. Like anything in life, we are all looking for ways […]
At this year’s CES (Consumer Electronics Show), one of the most unlikely exhibitors showed off the new horizons in mailing technology. That’s right, the U.S. Postal Service stood among giants […]
When thinking about industry, innovation, and manufacturing process perfection, one company will now stand out the most to me: Heidelberg. Sure, I may have been a bit biased with this […]
By now, we are sure you know the benefits of direct mail. We’ve preached them over and over again in blog posts with topics ranging from direct mail statistics to […]
Originally posted on Gigaom:
One of the splashiest recent headlines in mobile payments was the partnership announced in August between Square and Starbucks (s sbux), which said it will accept payments…
Print is not dying, it is merely evolving. Most of the general public who stumbles across our blog may find our discussions of mobile and digital technologies counterintuitive to what we ought […]