Tag: printers

How Young People Are Revolutionizing the Print Industry

Call it what you like—the next wave, Gen Y, Millennial—the under 30 age group is coming up and changing everything. They’re hungry, they’re curious and best of all, they’re interested in print. They’re the future of this industry, and though this generation tends to eschew traditional leadership structures, one woman has created a group to bring them together and help them build...

What’s New at Print 17

After 27 years in the Paper Industry, I’m getting a first-time look at what was formerly called Graph Expo by attending Print 17. The event is held at McCormick Place, North America’s largest Convention Center. It’s bigger than many of the towns listed in your road atlas. If you are under the age of 40, make that your parent’s road atlas. ...

3 Simple and Un-Selly Ways to Keep Print Customers Clicking on Your Website

Short of a direct search for “printing” in your local area, a specific product or service you offer or an investment in Google ad words, more than likely your site isn’t getting the organic traffic it could be.  Yes, SEO has a lot to do with this, but I am guessing most of you reading this are not responsible for that. So, let’s keep it real. ...

Celebrate Print on Paper this International Print Day

At Domtar, we talk about print on paper daily, but it is especially rewarding when that turns into an international conversation. Today is International Print Day. and we are excited because this day gives us the global opportunity to tout the benefit of print and share our love of print with everyone. The theme of this year’s International Print Day is “Print Smart” and relates to sharing...

September #BluelineChat Wrap-up: Managing Client Relationships

Yesterday, @BluelineChat hosted the September #BluelineChat on the topic of Managing Client Relationships. Over the course of the hour, @BluelineChat posted several questions, discussing how graphic designers and printers manage key customer relationships. New ideas were shared and we had the fun opportunity to engage with a student, Morgan @PrintsFuture who represents the next generation of our...