Info About Catalogue Printing

There are lots of ways to get your catalogue printing project moving forward:

The first thing you should do is decide what size and color printing options you want to use. Most catalogues are 8.5 x 11 in size and full color on the front side, and on the back as well. An online discount printing company will generally have some sort of pricing and option calculator that allows you to enter the catalogue printing specifications that you may want to use, like quantity, and which sides you want printed, and see how the cost of your catalogues will change with varying quantities and options.For Additional hints Visit to offset printing

Use our catalogue printing calculator for determining cost. The next things to consider are your audience, and distribution channel. These two items will help you decide on the design and content for your catalogues. In any event, catalogues should always be attention-getting. The best way to accomplish this is to use an attractive design, with an easy-to-read layout, sharp color pictures, tasteful use of color, and a strong call to action.

Is your audience another business (B-to-B) or are you targeting individual consumers (B-to-C)? This will help you decide what sort of content and messaging you will want to provide to your catalogue printing service. The content and design of your catalogue are by far the most important components. When developing an effective catalogue it is important to gather and establish all of your content before finalizing your design because in many cases, your content will determine the design. Most printers will also give you an electronic proof for you to approve before any printing is done.

Before developing your content, decide on the purpose of the catalogue. Is it a sales tool, is it strictly educational or informational, or will it need to be mailed? With a purpose in mind you can effectively develop the content, and then your design. Your content should be persuasive, build confidence in your offer, and paint a picture of your product or service, and the culture of your company in the mind of the reader. If the reader of your catalogue gains confidence from reading your catalogue, they will have a greater sense that you can get the job done.

Once you have your catalogue design and content figured out, you will need to download a catalogue template. A good catalogue template will include things like indicating how much bleed (how far your images should extend past the edge of the paper) you should use, and how far you should keep information away from the edge of the paper (if there is no bleed).

You should be able to place your catalogue template in the background layer of your graphic design software, and then create your catalogue design on top of the template. Then you can delete the template from the background. Then you can take the coupon code from your catalogue template, and go to the website of a reputable online discount printing service. Once you are at the website, you can use a catalogue printing pricing calculator, decide how many of them you want to buy, and use your credit card to buy catalogue printing online. Be sure you remember to enter your promo code or coupon code during the checkout process to receive your discount. You can then upload your design, and receive your printed catalogues a few days later.