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Mary asks…

Is my printer good enough to print commercial products?

I own a Canon PIXMA iP1700. I’m on a budget and can’t buy a commercial printer. I prefer to print my products myself verses paying a printing company.

I will be printing business stationary products.

Do you think my printer will have a nice quality?

If you’ve used this printer, how would you rate it’s performance.

I’m asking because I am not too sure and need opinions.

admin answers:

According to some user comments on the the site below it does have good quality print job. Another thing that might help is getting the right paper instead of using the normal printer paper. Get something like a photo quality paper.

Paul asks…

What is the best way advertise my business?

My Business Sells Printed product and business cards. I have my own website and E-mail.

admin answers:

Send a emil to all your friends advertising your business and tell them to forward it, buy an advertisement space in a newspaper fon a day or so and set up posters.

Laura asks…

Where to go to find a printing company that can make professional business fliers for promotional work?

I would like some nice printouts for my business that show the products and have my prices. Where would I go to find some nice fliers for a good price? Basically think of like the sunday newspapers with the advertisements, who do they usually have to print those? I know it can’t be too much, to make it cost-effective for them to advertise this way, or else they would go with black-and-white.

admin answers:

Just stop in at any printing company, show them what you want done, and ask for a quote to do it. There will be a set up charge and then a price per copy. Color will cost several times more than B&W. The set up charge will depend on how much of the work you do yourself. Depending on how many copies you need you might find it cheaper to do the work yourself using a program such as photoshop or paint shop pro and run them on a (color) laser printer.

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