Paperless Post

Posted by David Chism | Thu, Jun 10, 2010

 Paperless Post
I recent­ly received an invite to an inter­ac­tive, online Sta­tion­ary pro­gram. It is pret­ty nifty and called Paper­less Post. The pro­gram is easy to use to send cus­tom sta­tion­ary online, instead of print­ing and mail­ing it. Although I still pre­fer the Old Fash­ion approach at times, Paper­less Post is a good alter­na­tive if you are try­ing to save on postage. The cost to design and send a cus­tom let­ter in a vir­tu­al enve­lope starts at about $.06. As best as I can fig­ure out, it would cost clos­er to $.25 if you want­ed your com­pa­ny logo sent and a cus­tom enve­lope look. So, Paper­less Post can get pricey if you don’t look care­ful­ly at the bot­tom line price per piece. No mat­ter what you do, it is cheap­er than the US mail. Play around with the Paper­less Post pro­gram. The first few let­ters you send are free of charge. It can add a nice per­son­al touch at the end of a project: some­thing dif­fer­ent than an e‑Card or let­ter in the mail.

About David Chism

David Chism started his business out of a passion for helping small contracting businesses grow, be more profitable and become better known to their target clients. One lifelong hobby of David is using techie gadgets. So this blog is a place where he writes about technology, marketing ideas, just for fun (humor), personal thoughts on small business and more.


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