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How To Add Our Emails To Safe Sender List

Add our emails to your Safe Senders List, Address Book or Contact List…

Email newsletters can be blocked or filtered into the bulk folder especially now that email filters are focusing more strongly on “grey mail” or commercial mail. As a result of these changes you may be unable to read certain email communications even if you have subscribed to receive them.

To avoid these situations, add our email addresses to your Safe Senders List. Below is a list of the most commonly used email programs with easy to follow instructions on how to add email addresses to your Safe Senders List.

Please add either the From Address that the email you received came from OR add the domain @printpapa.com to your Address Book or Contacts to continue receiving our communication emails.

AOL 8.0+

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Click Add Address icon
  • Step 3 Verify the sender’s contact information

AOL Webmail

  • Step 1 Click on the Addresses tab in the upper right corner of the Mailbox window
  • Step 2 Click on the New drop-down menu and select New Contact.
  • Step 3 Type the email address of the new contact in the Screen Name field and click the Save button.

Earthlink

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Click Add Sender
  • Step 3 Verify that our contact information is correct
  • Step 4 Click “Yes”

Entourage

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Right-click the sender’s email address
  • Step 3 Select Add to Address Book in the short-cut menu
  • Step 4 Verify the sender’s contact details

Gmail

  • Step 1 Open the email.
  • Step 2 Click on More Options in the upper right hand corner of the message.
  • Step 3 Click on Add Sender to Contacts List in the header of the email.
  • Step 4 A confirmation message will be displayed above the email.

Juno

  • Step 1 From the mail screen, click on the Address Book tab.
  • Step 2 Insert the email address you would like to add.
  • Step 3 Click Quick Add

Mac Mail

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Right-click the sender’s email address
  • Step 3 Click Add to contacts in the short-cut menu
  • Step 4 Click Save and Close

Microsoft Outlook Express 6+

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Left-click the sender icon, or right click the sender’s name
  • Step 3 Click Add to contact
  • Step 4 Click Save and close

Microsoft Outlook 2003

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Select Actions on the toolbar
  • Step 3 Select Junk Email from the drop-down menu
  • Step 4 Select Add sender to Safe Senders List
  • Step 5 Verify that our contact information is correct and click Ok

Microsoft Outlook 2007

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Click Options on the Tools menu
  • Step 3 On the Preferences tab, under Email, click Junk E-mail
  • Step 4 Select Safe Senders or Safe Recipients tab and click add
  • Step 5 Enter the email address of the contact and click Ok

Mozilla Thunderbird

  • Step 1 Click the Address book button
  • Step 2 Make sure the Personal Address Book is highlighted
  • Step 3 Click the New Card button
  • Step 4 Under the Contact tab, copy and paste our address and click ok

MSN Hotmail (Classic)

  • Step 1 Open the email.
  • Step 2 Click Save Address in the menu bar.
  • Step 3 Verify that our contact information is correct
  • Step 3 Click OK on the next screen.

Window Live Hotmail

Adding to the Address Book doesn’t automatically add you to the Safe Sender list; you must mark the sender as Safe.

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Click on the Mark as Safe link

Yahoo! Mail

  • Step 1 Open the email
  • Step 2 Select the Add to Address Book link.
  • Step 3 Enter the email address of the contact and click on Save Contact.
Date: 31st January, 2017 | Under: Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Top 8 Reasons to Hire a Local Printers VS a Chain

You might be surprised to learn the benefits of hiring a local printer versus a chain store.

1.  Price

Unlike with many big box retailers and their local independent counterparts, as far as print and design jobs go, hiring a local firm is likely much less expensive than hiring a big firm.  Corporate shops are often set up for small jobs, and indeed, can be cheaper if you’re only looking to make a couple copies or print 1 sign. Local firms become ideal for saving money when you start printing large jobs for a business, a meeting, an event, etc.

2.  Relationships

At a corporate shop, you’re likely to deal with a new employee every time you visit. At local printers, employees have been around a while, allowing you to form business relationships, not only with the designer and printer, but with support staff like accounting personnel.  The staff, in turn, will be more likely to work with you to make you happy, lest they have to deal with an unhappy customer the next time you order.

3.  Flexibility

Flexibility in papers, coatings, inks, and products is only part of the reason. A local shop that values your business is more likely to put in the overtime to get your work done on time.

4.  Local

Keeping your business local means more tax dollars for your city and helps to maintain a vibrant business community. A local firm mean you also save money on delivery costs and can reach out to friends and colleagues in the business community to inquire about the quality of the firm. Local businesses have more at stake when you hire them, since their smaller customer list means each customer means a lot.

5.  Customer Service

Local firms have superior customer service and will often bend over backwards to meet your needs (provided they are reasonable, of course). You’ll get to know your customer service representative and they’ll get to know you, ensuring the best possible service and product.

6.  Expertise

Large corporate stores often hire young people without much work experience in order to pay them minimum wage. Local firms pay their employees more and their employees tend to stay put longer. Additionally, small firms rely upon their limited staff to have a vast knowledge of their products and services, meaning you have an expert working on your project rather than someone with only  a basic knowledge.

7.  Options and Innovation

Local firms often have more options and are more likely to innovate for your orders. Things like die-cutting and specialty papers can be ordered without extra hassle.  There are no bureaucratic impediments to innovation, and cutting edge software and equipment are more prevalent.

8.  Community

Tying it all together, working with a local print firm helps to create a community that benefits everyone involved.

Date: 23rd January, 2017 | Under: Fun Stuff, Print News, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

We Check & Fix Your Artwork

We Check & Fix is a fee based service (from $25 to $45) to check your artwork and make fixes and send you a PDF Proof.

This popular service allows print buyers to make sure the file is print ready and no issues will occur in the printing process.

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Date: 23rd January, 2017 | Under: Design Tips, Marketing, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

High Resolution VS Low Resolution

[High Resolution VS Low Resolution]

Short Answer:
High Resolution = Happy Printer, Low Resolution = Suicidal Printer

Long Answer:
You’ve probably heard the phrase 300 dpi in relation to hi-res images. The number 300 stands for…

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Date: 6th January, 2017 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Business Card Printing & Design

[Business Card Printing & Design]

We get a lot of questions from clients about printing their own cards, especially from small biz owners and startups.

We thought it would be helpful to address FAQs for folks contemplating a new print marketing campaign.

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Date: 5th January, 2017 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Count Pages Properly For Your Book/Booklet Projects

[Count Pages Properly For Your Book/Booklet Projects]

If you’re new to booklet design, determining how many pages you need to complete your booklet without extra blank pages can be tricky. No worries, though, we’ll take it step by step.

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Date: 4th January, 2017 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Brochure Printing & Mistakes To Avoid

[Brochure Printing & Mistakes To Avoid]

Brochures are one of the best ways to communicate with your customers about what services your company offers, who you are and any special deals you are offering.

A professionally designed brochure can grab your customer’s attention and call them to action.

A poorly designed brochure can wreak havoc on your company’s image.

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Date: 3rd January, 2017 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Plain Black VS Rich Black

[Plain Black VS Rich Black]

We all know print design projects have several pain points, especially when it comes to color matching.

For instance, have you ever held your freshly printed piece in your hands and wondered,

“Why the heck does the black stuff look grey???”

If so, click here

Date: 29th December, 2016 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Does Printpapa Color Match?

[DOES PRINTPAPA COLOR MATCH?]

The most common question in the print industry is:
Can you color match my screen or my printout?

This is probably the question ALL printers dread so here is our input regarding the matter…

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Date: 28th December, 2016 | Under: Design Tips, Tips & Tricks | No Comments

Marketing Tips For The Holidays

It always seems like the holidays sneak up on us faster and faster each year. They also seem to bring the best out of people — everyone is filled with cheer, gratitude, and compassion. That being said, the holidays are a perfect time to connect with family, friends, customers, and future prospects. For this reason, your company should have a killer marketing campaign, since people base their buying decisions on their emotions. Marketers can leverage these feelings to engage with their customers on an emotional level and build trust and credibility. The holidays are always a popular time to market, so it’s important to put some thought into your campaign. As you must know, there is a lot of spending during the holidays, which means you want to get your customers to spend their money with your company, and not your competitors.

Check out these four marketing tips to use during the holidays:

with content from AMA.org and pewinternet.org

Social Media Marketing

According to The Pew Research Center, more than ¾ of adults ages 18 to 49 use social media. This is an outstanding number of people with purchasing power. Why wouldn’t you want to use social media to market during the holidays? It is so important to take advantage of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other channels your prospective clients are on. Using social media is the perfect way to engage during the holidays, especially when you can interact and track if this is successful for your company.

Tug at Their Heartstrings

This might seem like a no-brainer, but the most memorable and successful marketing campaigns rely on “tugging on your customer’s heartstrings”. It’s all about making the customer feel something, or having a lasting impression on them. A lot of the time, if you see an emotional ad, video, blog, or story, you are more inclined share it with others because you believe it will impact them like it impacted you. This is just another benefit to “tugging on your customer’s heartstrings” because they are likely to share with their friends, family, and co-workers, which could potentially be your new clients. This also shows that your company is kind-hearted, generous, and everything else positive a customer wants during the holidays.

Consistency

Consistency is always important when marketing, but during the holidays, consistency across all channels is crucial. You want to create a consistent experience for your customers, no matter how you’re reaching them. During the holidays, people are filled with positivity and gratitude, and they will be expecting that from your company as well.

Storytelling

Storytelling still works, especially during the holidays. Storytelling sometimes is the best way for your customers to really connect with your company on a more personal level. Consumers are more likely to spend money with your company rather than your competitors when they feel they are a part of what your company is doing. This is also a way for your customers to get a firsthand account of what your company does for your employees during the holidays and prospective customers. For example, highlight a story when your company went above and beyond for a customer, just because.

Thanks for reading this week’s blog! To learn more about how to take your brand to the next level, contact us today. Happy marketing!

Date: 27th December, 2016 | Under: Print News, Tips & Tricks | No Comments


 

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