4 Ways To Use Magnets — Made by Custom Printing Services to Advertise Your Business

Almost every home in the USA has a refrigerator; most of those have, at the least, a spattering of magnets on the door. These may be holding little Susie’s art projects or little Timmy’s camp pictures. The magnets may be holding an appointment reminder or a take-out menu for the local pizza place.

Magnets are an often overlooked way for businesses to keep their names and information fresh in the mind of clients simply through repetition.

Businesses can use custom printing services at InstantPublisher to get magnets into their client’s homes and keep their name fresh in clients’ minds.

A refrigerator covered in magnets

1. Appointment Cards

Magnets make great appointment cards as they can be placed on the refrigerator and seen again and again by clients.  This not only serves as an appointment reminder but keeps the name of the provider fresh in their mind.

Writing appointments for long interval visits that occur after 6 months or more is a great way to prevent clients from forgetting appointments and avoiding no-shows.  This is perfect for things like routine eye exams and dental cleanings.

Magnets on a refrigerator are also visible to household visitors so a client whose appointment cards are displayed in their kitchen is offering free advertising to their visitors and guests every time someone opens the refrigerator to get a soda.

2. Offer Magnets as Gifts

Instead of passing out flyers at a parade, fair, or conference, businesses can pass out magnets instead. Magnets are less likely to be discarded because of their functionality. They also stand out when competitors are handing out paper products.

A potential client may not think they need a business’s offered services at the moment but if they place a magnet with the business contact information on their refrigerator they are more likely to choose that company over other companies they have never used when they do have a need arise.

Magnets are also lovely gifts to give once a business transaction has been completed. It shows more appreciation for a client than a simple business card, receipt, and handshake.

3. Use Magnets to Spread Smiles

Custom printing services can make magnets that not only reflect a corporation’s values but that are humorous as well. Punny and fun magnets will give clients a positive association with the company and make them more likely to choose that company over competitors when they have a need that the company can fulfill.

4. Link Clients to Your Business

Custom printing services can print your QR code on a magnet which allows a client to access a business website or menu by simply pointing their phone at the magnet. This is a great way for restaurants to use their magnets to give clients instant access to their menu and make ordering food simple and easy.  Younger clients especially appreciate the ease of QR codes.

Instant Publisher offers a wide range of custom printing services for businesses. Whether your business needs annual report printing services, guidebook publishing services, custom magnet printing, a calendar publisher, or any other business printing needs simply visit our website. We can help you connect with your clients and grow your business.

5 Items Influencers Should Have in Their Merch Shops

Influencers on social media should start offering merchandise as soon as they regularly have 1000 people interacting with their work. Many influencers open a merch shop and aren’t sure what to fill it with. The most common merch shop items are apparel. While apparel should absolutely be in merch shops, clothing isn’t the only thing influencer audiences want to buy.

If influencers are doing signings and meet-ups, they should have a well-stocked, portable merch shop to give fans plenty of options for buying things to show their affiliation with their influencer of choice.

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1. Posters

One thing that hasn’t changed over the years is that influencers’ fans love to have their images hanging in their living spaces. This is an especially great idea if fans are typically under 25 years old. Teens and young adults love putting pictures of influencers they admire in their personal living spaces, whether their bedroom or dorm room.

Posters can be an image of the influencer with a tagline they have made theirs or an image related to their social media presence. For instance, a custom drawing of the influencer’s avatar. Ideally, fans ordering a poster from the influencer’s merch shop should receive it signed.

2. Calendars

Calendars are another great merch item that fans want to buy as part of their décor.

Calendar publishers often offer easy-to-use templates, so creating a calendar with fan favorite images from the year before is fast and easy.

Influencers can also ask their fans for fan art to include in their calendars which is a huge opportunity for fan interaction.

3. Folders

Influencers with a fan base who are 25 and under should consider adding folders to their merch shop, especially around the start of the school year. Students love carrying folders with images of influencers they love and channels they support. The folders also work as school conversation pieces allowing fans to seek out friends who view content from the same influencers.

Folders can show images of the influencer, their logos, or items related to their content that would be easily recognizable.

4. Scratch Pads

Influencers with an older audience would benefit from offering custom items such as scratchpads with their logos. Many people 25 and older still make paper lists and love having a scratch pad with an influencer on whose platform they interact with. Scratchpads also make great giveaway items for meeting fans as they are small, portable, and inexpensive for the influencer to have produced.

5. Books

Every influencer should have a book related to their platform. If they don’t feel skilled enough to write a book themselves, they can use an experienced ghostwriter.

The books written will vary by what the influencer does on their platform. For instance, a make-up influencer might write about what they look for in their cosmetics and give application tips. On the other hand, an influencer who makes food might offer a recipe book.

An influencer who plays video games might write an autobiography or even have their community write fan fiction about them as characters.

Some influencers choose quality photo book printing where images from social media are placed together in a book. Similar things could be done with the fan art that the influencer is sent.

Influencers should offer a wide range of merchandise in their online stores and at in-person events as an additional income stream and a way for fans to connect with the influencers they love.

InstantPublisher can help with your custom printing service needs. Whether that is calendar publishers, quality photo book printing, or a cookbook publishing company, InstantPublisher will work with you to give you high-quality custom merch at reasonable costs.

Visit our website today to learn more.

7 Tips For Creating Your Employee Handbook

InstantPublisher offers a wide variety of custom printing services, including Employee Handbooks.

Every employer should have an employee handbook to offer to new hires. This handbook should tell them all the most important things about working for the company, such as culture, the chain of command, policies, and information about who to contact with any concerns. Here are seven tips to make your employee handbook useful for new hires.

An employee handbook printed by a custom printing service, InstantPublisher

1. Easy to Navigate

The employee handbook should be easy to navigate. When a new employee opens the handbook, there should be a list of topics covered and page numbers so that the employee can easily find the information they need. Unfortunately, it is rare for employees to read the handbook cover to cover. Therefore, managers and employees must easily access whatever information they need within the handbook.

2. Engaging to Read

While the handbook is a tool for the company to relay information to new employees, it should also be easy to read and engaging. Employees will skim over things that feel like corporate lawyers wrote them. The language used should be simple and conversational. Complex legal language should be used only when necessary, such as when quoting a law that the company must remain compliant with to stay in business.

3. Include Visual Elements

Including illustrations, graphs, and other visual elements in your handbook will better engage your employees and help make it more accessible to those with different learning styles. In addition, InstantPublisher can help with all the interior book design elements.

4. Include Humor

People like to laugh. Employees are more likely to read and remember a handbook that offers appropriate humor. Educational cartoons and memes can be included to help employees remember essential ideas.

5. Clarity

Make sure that the handbook is written clearly and concisely. Employees need to understand the information they are being given easily. In addition, the point of the handbook is to help an employee succeed at the company, so the handbook should provide the employee with the tools necessary to do that concisely.

6. Content

Every employee handbook should cover all the topics employees need to know to be productive in the company. For example, the handbook should explain benefits, work hours, company culture, absences, vacation time, clocking in and out, breaks and lunches policies, and how worker concerns should be addressed.

Having clearly written policies can also protect a company against legal claims by terminated employees.

7. Annual Review

The Employee Handbook should be reviewed annually to make sure that no updates are needed. If a major change happens within the company before the annual review, then those changes should be reflected in a newly printed handbook with the updated information.

Contact us today to learn how InstantPublisher can help you create an attractive and engaging Employee Handbook.

5 Tips for Custom Printing a Menu

InstantPublisher is the best self-publishing companies for hardback and paperback books, but they also offer a variety of custom printing services, including menu printing.

Menus are one of the most important tools a restaurant offers their customers to enhance the dining experience.

A strawberry croissant image appearing in a custom printing service menu by InstantPublisher

Here are five tips for printing a menu that will keep your customers coming back for more.

1. Organize the Menu

It is essential to make the menu easy to navigate. A customer should be able to find drinks, appetizers, and desserts at a glance. If the breakfast menu is not separate from the rest of the menu, it should be clearly labeled and the menu should indicate at what times breakfast is served and at what time the lunch and dinner menus go into effect.

Additionally, if you offer specialty menu items such as vegan, keto, or gluten-free items those should be clearly labeled.

2. Clarity

Diners want to know what is on the foods they are ordering and what, if any, sides come with their entrees.

Don’t assume that the name of an item is enough for diners to know what it is. A mushroom and swiss burger might seem simple enough but does it have mayo or a house sauce? Is there lettuce and tomato on the sandwich? Clearly listing what an item contains allows customers to choose the best match for them, as well as ask for any needed customizations, which enhances their dining experience and leads to fewer food returns.

3. Include Colored Photos

While adding photos increases the production costs of a menu, the value cannot be overstated. People eat with their eyes first. Pictures will sway customers to enjoy foods they otherwise might not try. Also, if you have lesser-known food items on the menu, it is a good idea to have them in images so that customers know what they are getting with the order.

Besides lesser-known items, include images of your most aesthetically pleasing items such as a well-dressed burger, mouth-watering desserts, and moist cuts of meat.

Don’t have space on the menu for pictures? Use the menu to direct customers to your website where detailed images of each dish are available for customer perusal. This can be a QR code, especially if your customer base tends to run younger, or a website address if you serve mostly retirees.

4. Colors

Select the right color scheme for your menu. The menu is part of your restaurant aesthetic and should match it but also not clash with the images of the food. The coloring of the menu should be easy to read and should adhere to accessibility standards for those with visual impairments and color blindness. Avoid color combinations of green/red, green/brown, blue/purple, green/blue, blue/grey, green/grey, and green/black as they can be difficult for those with color blindness to see.

When in doubt, black on white or black on cream is a good menu choice for readability. Decorative coloring can be added for aesthetics around the borders and other areas that don’t have text.

5. Choose the Right Style

Different restaurants will want to choose different menu styles. Most casual dining restaurants will find a folded menu meets their needs. If the menu is to be reusable, then lamination is a must.

Spiral-bound menus are advisable if the menu offers a large selection of food and drink items.

Formal dining venues should consider a hardcover menu.

Whether you need a menu printed or you have other custom printing services needs, InstantPublisher can help.

Call us today at 1800  259 2592 to learn more about the wide range of custom printing services InstantPublisher offers. You can also visit our website.

6 Easy Steps to Create a Classroom Anthology

5 Reasons to Create a Classroom Anthology offered several good reasons to create a classroom anthology but didn’t get into details about how to do so. Here are the steps teachers need to take to create a classroom anthology:

1. Establish Parameters

During the first phase of creating a classroom anthology, the teacher must establish the parameters the students will write within. Will the anthology feature fiction or non-fiction works? What topics will be covered? What restrictions will there be on content? What size should each installment in the anthology be?

All of these things should be decided before the start of the project. These decisions should be based on class size, age of students, and desired anthology length. The latter will be determined by the desired aesthetic, page size, illustrations, and font size.

Longer books will cost more to print than shorter books but are typically more aesthetically appealing. InstantPublisher has a print cost estimation tool to help teachers decide the best book length for their classroom.

The teacher should also determine whether artwork from the students should be included in the anthology. For example, will the artwork be black and white drawings or color images?

A teacher and students give a copy of their classroom anthology that used custom printing services from InstantPublisher to the school library

2. Have Students Create an Outline

Outlines will help students write more succinctly and allow the teacher to give input in the planning stage of each anthology installment.

Fiction, non-fiction, and poetry outlines will all look different, but they will give the student and teacher a roadmap to follow for the project. In addition, it will help students stay on track and meet their writing goals.

Fiction outlines should include where a story begins and ends and critical plot points.

Non-fiction outlines should include a thesis statement and a list of the most important points covered.

3. Edit Drafts

After the outline is completed, the first draft can be written. It is essential for the teacher to enforce deadlines and ensure that plenty of time is provided for re-writes. Once the draft is completed, the teacher can make corrections and return the project to the student. It may take several rounds of edits to perfect the student’s work.

A well-edited anthology is important. Many students will remember their contribution to the anthology with pride. Whether the anthology is intended as a keepsake or a fundraiser, it should be as close to perfect as possible.

4. Create a Cover

The cover for the anthology can be a student work of art, if appropriate. If student art isn’t suitable for the cover, the anthology cover can be created by the teacher or purchased.

Covers should give readers an idea of the topics or themes of the works within. It should have colors congruent with the tone of the work.

InstantPublisher offers an easy-to-use cover template for those using their printing services.

5. Make Printing Decisions

Many choices need to be made before a classroom anthology is printed. These include binding options and book size. InstantPublisher can help guide teachers through this process.

6. Order and Distribute the Completed Classroom Anthology

Once the printing choices have been made, there is nothing to do but wait for the finished books. In some instances, the teacher may wish to order a proof copy of the anthology to ensure the aesthetics are as desired.

Be sure to get book orders from students and their families before making the final order. The number of books ordered often affects the printing cost, which may create additional book orders cost-prohibitive.

InstantPublisher can give you step-by-step assistance with all your printing needs. Call us today at 1-800-259-2592 for personalized service.

5 Reasons to Create a Classroom Anthology

A child’s school years set them up for success in life. Having a good education and a love of learning helps children enter adult life with the tools they need to thrive. A great educational experience is vitally important to students. Classroom anthologies can be one piece of the larger educational puzzle that enhances the classroom experience of students.

Classroom anthologies are beneficial to teachers and students alike. Here are five benefits a classroom anthology offers to teachers and students.

1. Meaningfulness

Students love having a tangible result of their work in hand. It allows them to be proud of the work they have done and it is easier to retain as a keepsake than an essay or test.

Classroom anthologies remind students of their time in class and the lessons they’ve learned. When they look at the anthology sitting on their shelves it can give them a sense of pride as well as positive feelings about their time in the classroom which may allow them to recall some of the lessons they learned.

2. Student Motivation

Students are more willing to put work into something lasting. Knowing their work will be put into a classroom anthology can motivate apathetic students because their work matters. The work they are doing isn’t going to be just another score written down in the teacher’s grade book.  Their work will be on display to other students and their families.

A teacher making a classroom anthology with students

3. Increase Writing Skills

A classroom anthology is a perfect end goal for an educational unit on the elements of story. Teaching students how character, plot, and setting create a story is a perfect opportunity for the teacher to end the coursework with the class putting their knowledge to use and creating their own stories.

Similarly, anthologies can be made from poetry or essays on related topics. They can be tied to a wide variety of writing-related units.

Additionally, student art related to the work can be added to the anthology as well to give students a rounded educational experience.

4. School fundraising

Student-made anthologies are a great fundraising opportunity.

Using anthologies to earn money for the school increases school spirit and lets students feel like they are making a difference. It also teaches them about production, distribution, and sales. This can lead to discussions about economics, entrepreneurship, mathematics, and other business-related topics.

5. Parent Appreciation

In the modern school environment where so much classwork and testing takes place online, parents can feel left out of the educational sphere. Instead of papers and tests being sent home for parent viewing, many schools simply calculate grades in an online progress book.

Having a classroom anthology gives parents the opportunity to see their child’s work and to have tangible keepsakes of their child’s educational journey.

Classroom anthologies are great opportunities for teachers to showcase student work and for students to have a keepsake from their class.

InstantPublisher is an easy and affordable way for teachers to bring the benefits of a classroom anthology to their students. Visit our website today to learn more.

7 Things Every Guidebook Should Include

Guidebooks help guests make the most of their visits to an attraction.

Guidebooks should be written in plain language so that it is easy for guests to understand. It should also be easy to use and attractive to look at.

Here are seven items that every guidebook should include:

1. Maps

It is easy to get lost in an area one has never visited before. Every guidebook should have a detailed map of the attraction. It is important to label points of interest so that guests can make the most of their visit.

A woman reading a guidebook in the car from a guide book publishing company

The map should also include restrooms, security stations, first aid stations, gift shops, and customer service stations. Having these items on the map directs guests to the appropriate places to get their needs met and creates a safe environment for them to enjoy the attraction.

2. Safety Information

Guests not only need to know who to go to for assistance but what to do in case of an emergency.

Potential emergencies vary based on the size and location of your attraction. For instance, an indoor attraction should have fire exits clearly marked. Outdoor attractions with shelters intended for use during bad weather should be clearly marked in the guidebook.

The guidebook should also indicate where any onsite automated external defibrillators (AED) are and include directions on their use.

Additionally, emergency contact information should be listed even if it is as simple as indicating that 911 should be called for emergencies. People from out of the country may not be familiar with local emergency numbers and in emergencies, people often panic. Having a safety section in your guidebook keeps your visitors safe.

3. Attraction Rules

It is important to have a list of rules for guests to follow. Sometimes attraction owners think that rules should be self-evident but guests who have never been to a similar attraction before may be unaware not to touch paintings in a museum or to stay behind the boundaries at a zoo for safety.

Whatever rules you expect your guests to follow should be stated clearly in your guidebook so that visitors know how to behave appropriately.

4. Attraction Dates and Times

Every attraction owner wants their visitors to return for subsequent trips. It is important to tell guests the times that the attraction is open as well as any dates the attraction is closed. If an attraction varies by season, such as a living history farm, that should be noted as well. This lets guests know what to expect from different visits and to plan future visits. Be sure to include any fun traditional events like Christmas lights or 4th of July fireworks.

5. Contact Information

Make sure your guidebook lists contact information that guests might need. This should include the phone number to customer service, the website, and any social media presence your attraction has.

6. History

Make sure your guidebook includes some history and context for your attraction. How did it come to be, who created it, why was it created, etc. If pictures are available include them. Guests will appreciate learning the wider context of the attraction they are visiting. It will help them appreciate the sights they are seeing and make them feel emotionally invested in their visit.

7. Local Interests

Your guests will be coming from far and wide. It is wise to give them information in your guidebook about the area outside of your attraction. Suggesting lodgings, foods, and related attractions can give your visitors a more impactful visit. Be sure to include local small businesses. Visitors will appreciate experiencing the uniqueness of your area and will want to visit your attraction again.

Now that you know what to include in your guidebook are you ready to get started? InstantPublisher can help with all your professional printing needs. Whether you want to make informational guidebooks, eye-catching calendars, or glamorous brochures InstantPublisher is the printer for you. Visit our website today for more information.

5 Reasons to Make a Guidebook

A guidebook offers attraction-specific information to visitors. It is a useful tool that anyone running an attraction should offer whether that attraction is a tour of a winery, an outdoor adventure park, or an art museum.

Not sure where to start with printing your guidebook? InstantPublisher can help.

1. Guidebooks are Souvenirs

Many visitors will collect guidebooks from the various places they have traveled. They cherish these by adding them to scrapbooks or keeping them in memory boxes.

Having a guidebook allows visitors to look back and remember their experiences. It might even encourage them to return to the attractions they loved and enjoy the experience again.

InstantPublishers’ variety of binding options can help you create high-quality guidebooks that can be enjoyed by your visitors for years to come and that are perfect for your attraction’s specific needs.

2. Guidebooks Supplement Signage

Too often visitors to attractions become overwhelmed by the enormity of what they are seeing. There is so much to read, hear, feel, and remember. This can make them miss signage that is placed around the attraction to relay stories, information, and historical facts.

A guidebook is a quick reference guide that visitors can look back on and get some of the information they might have missed from the signage or simply forgotten in the wealth of information presented. It may remind them which president rode on the displayed train car or what kind of grapes are used to make premium wine.

3. Guidebooks Offer Quick Access to Information

Your guidebook might include a map of the attraction, a list of attraction rules, and other local landmarks related to the attraction which visitors should experience. Guidebooks give visitors a comprehensive experience without increasing the number of employees who otherwise might be required as the source of such information.

A girl looking at a guidebook while standing next to her luggage

4. Guidebooks Offer a Chance to Share History

A guidebook is a great place to include the attraction’s history. If the attraction is man-made its origin story can be included in the pages of the guidebook along with images of the creator. The guidebook can feature images from the attraction’s past and perhaps some hints about the future of the attraction.

5. Guidebooks Enhance Guests Experiences

Providing a guidebook to guests is that added touch that makes guests feel valued and enhances their experience at your attraction. Guests appreciate having information easily available at their fingertips as they peruse what you have to offer. Don’t forget to include your website and contact information so guests can visit your gift shop virtually after their visit is completed.

Guidebooks are a multifaceted tool that attraction owners can use to help their guests have the best possible experience.

Making a guidebook has never been easier. InstantPublisher is a printing company that can help you every step of the way. From formatting to illustrations, InstantPublisher can help you create an amazing guidebook to meet the unique needs of your guests. To learn more visit our website.

5 Reasons Family History Books Make Great Christmas Gifts

Christmas is approaching and with it the adventures in shopping that so many of us dread. It can feel like an impossible task to find a personal and unique gift for the people on your shopping list who seem to have everything. Once given, many gifts gather dust and take up space. However, a family history book will be a valued gift that will be cherished for years to come.

1. Personal and Unique

Genealogy is becoming more and more popular. Ancestry DNA tests are a huge business and many people are exploring their lineage and with that lineage their family history.

Nothing is more personal than a book that explains the origins of a family and reaches back into their ancestry to find roots that have affected the growth of the family for generations.

Every family is unique which means that a book covering their family history will, by necessity, be equally unique.

2. Timeless

A family history book isn’t something that will go out of style or become obsolete when a newer model comes along.

Pictures and stories about a family’s origins are timeless gifts that can be revisited again and again throughout a person’s life. This timeless gift can also be handed down through future generations to cherish as they learn about where they come from and who their family of origin was.

3. Organize and Preserve History

Many family photos are in boxes and albums. Often the people in the photos can’t be identified by anyone who is living after a generation and names written in ink on the backs of those photos may become illegible with time and handling.

A box of photos to be added to a family history printed book

Compiling photos, scrapbooks, and stories into a family history book creates an organized way for future generations to make sense of those images and stories. Instead of looking through an album with nameless people, the reader of a family history book can see pictures of their ancestors alongside information about their life. Journal entries from that family member can also be included.

4. Bring Family Together

As you prepare your family history book you will have the opportunity to network with other family members to gather information. Compiling a family history book encourages you to call up the aunts, uncles, and cousins you usually only see at reunions to get additional content for your book.

5. Connect With Your Heritage

Compiling a family history book gives you the opportunity to delve into your family’s past and, in doing so, connect with your own heritage. Perhaps you will learn that your grandmother painted as a hobby or that your family once had a prominent politician or historical figure in it.

The knowledge you gain as you compile your family history book will bring your heart closer to your family which is a large part of what Christmas is all about.

Printing a family history book has never been easier. InstantPublisher is here to help.

InstantPublisher offers a variety of services that make creating a family history book easy and affordable.

Ghostwriting services help you turn dates and compiled stories into readable content for your book.

InstantPublisher offers proofreading, interior book design, and custom illustration assistance.

For more information, fill out our online contact form, or send an email to questions@instantpublisher.com. You can also call to speak to a representative at  1 800 259 2592

How to Use Custom Printed Calendars for Fundraising

Fundraising can be tricky. Creating unique items to sell that people will be eager to buy is the bane of every fundraising chairman’s existence.

Custom printed calendars are a good fundraising choice because they are a tool that most people use regularly. There is no need to convince buyers they need a calendar. There is only the need to convince buyers they need YOUR calendar.

Why Do People Buy?

Fundraiser calendars should be attractive. They should be filled with images that people will want to display on their walls.

Custom printed calendars are unique and limited-edition, naturally creating scarcity. This will make buyers more willing to say yes to the seller in the moment.

What Should the Calendar Theme Be?

Images for the calendar should be attractive and reflective of the cause for fundraising. Calendars with adorable dogs and cats are classic for animal welfare fundraisers.

Consider what the fundraiser’s core cause is and how it can be reflected in the calendar. The correlation doesn’t have to be exact. A fundraiser to support a local care home for the elderly might feature recipes given by those residents from their childhood complete with images of the tasty dish.

A fundraiser for sick children might feature pictures drawn by those children with a simple bio explaining how funds will support that individual child.

How is the Calendar Created?

Once a theme has been decided appropriate images should be gathered and organized by month. It is helpful but not mandatory to organize the images by seasonal theme or feel. Depending on the theme of the calendar, seasonal tie-ins should be given preference in the related images.

A festive custom calendar image for December

If suitable images can’t be sourced then custom illustrations can be bought for the calendar.

Other Things to Consider 

  • Calendars can include important organizational dates such as future fundraising events along with the typically listed holidays.
  • Calendar fundraisers are most successful when done near the end of the year. If the calendars will be available to purchase for an extended period of time they should be made available from October to February. If the fundraiser is short-term then November or December are the best choices.
  • Along with attractive images, the calendar should include contact information for the fundraising organization and how to further donate to the cause.
  • Keep in mind that custom calendar publishers often offer lower prices for larger orders, so it is wise to purchase the high end of what is expected to sell so that the printing costs are ket down, and can earn more money for the intended cause.
  • Consider a betterbinding option. Saddle stitch binding is commonly used in mass-produced calendars. This sort of binding holds the calendar together with staples. It does the job and keeps costs down. However, for a fundraising calendar, wire-o double binding looks more professional and gives the calendar a higher quality look, making it more attractive to customers. While the wire-o double binding will add to production costs, it will equally add to the appeal of the finished product.
  • Custom printed calendars can be sold at events, door to door, or to local businesses. Everyone uses calendars.

InstantPublisher can help you create a custom printed calendar for your next fundraiser. Call us at 1 800 259 2592. Or fill out our online contact form. You can also send us an email to questions@instantpublisher.com.