Announcing - Ready-Made Newsletters Help Commercial Printers Keep in Touch with Clients

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Commercial printers now find it easier to start their own client newsletter, thanks to a new service launched this month. These newsletters can be 100% customized. All a printer has to do is download an InDesign file, make changes and send it to prepress. For email newsletters, they can download an HTML file and email it from their own servers, or use our partner Vertical Response to create an effective email campaign.

Commercial printers now find it easier to start their own client newsletter, thanks to a new service launched this month.

Until now, many printers didn't have the content -- or the time -- to put together their own newsletter, meaning most failed to build the kind of prospect and client relationships the changing economy requires.

Now a new service by Ready to Go Newsletters is solving that problem.

For a small monthly fee, commercial printers have access to ready-made print and email newsletters.

These newsletters can be 100% customized. All a printer has to do is download an InDesign file, make changes and send it to prepress. For email newsletters, they can download an HTML file and email it from their own servers, or use our partner Vertical Response to create an effective email campaign.

Simon Payn, President of Ready to Go Newsletters, says: "It seems a shame that so few commercial printers have their own newsletter.

"After all, newsletters have been proven to help all sorts of businesses make more money be encouraging clients to purchase more often and by positioning that business as a trusted expert rather than just a vendor.

"So I set about to make it easy from commercial printers by providing ready-made content they can use."

Ready to Go Newsletters already provides newsletters to the real estate, insurance, mortgage, financial planning and accountancy industries.

++Licensing Helps Printers Make More Money++

Commercial. printers can also use the newsletters to add another stream of revenue to their business. For a monthly free, they can license all of Ready to Go Newsletters' content so they can produce newsletters for their own clients.

Payn says: "Businesses face two problems when it comes to newsletters: time and lack of content.

"If a commercial printer were able to provide ready-made newsletters to its clients, businesses of all types could benefit - and the printer itself could earn extra income."

Commercial printers can try the newsletters free for 30 days by visiting http://www.ReadyPrinterNewsletters.com

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