If you are using poster printing for business, you will undoubtedly have specific marketing goals for it. Did you know however that there are specific poster printing styles that you can use for these specific goals?
Yes! You can cater your printing process so that it is done ideally for specific marketing objectives. Let me tell you how this works by giving four major examples of these printing styles.
• Printing for maximum impact – While you usually count on the main design for maximum impact, there is also a specific printing style to achieve this. Besides using full color poster printing, the paper materials and inks that you should be using must be quite specific.
For paper, this style of printing demands the highest quality that is tough and more importantly very glossy. The color posters must gleam in the light so that they look quite pristine and clean with that professional touch. With this kind of printing and a great design, you will get that maximum impact from your market easily.
• Printing for total coverage – If you want to cover all the needed areas for marketing, you need to tweak your printing style in such a way that it can get to all those places. This means that you should print in a lighter or smaller way. Your printing dimensions must be smaller than the usual commercial posters, just around or under nine inches by 12 inches. Printing smaller means that you can print more while at the same time having the ability to post at surfaces that are ones that are more convenient where larger can be placed. So if you want to get total coverage, just remember to print small.
• Printing for toughness and longevity – Now, if your posters are destined to face harsh weather effects or other kinds of physical torture in its environment, you should use a printing style that is best for toughness and longevity. To do this, you have to use printing materials meant for durability. Try to ask for the thickest paper that you can for printing, and if possible have some special dirt or water resistant coatings added into it for best results. They will last a long time and they should be able to shrug off some significant physical damage.
• Printing on a budget - Finally, if your goal is to save money on printing costs, your only choice is to sacrifice some features. This means using standard poster paper and using only standard printing dimensions to make things cheaper. Moreover, if you want you can also switch to black and white printing or even spot color printing to minimize the overall cost of production when compared to full color printing. Just ask your printer the cheapest options. Furthermore, you should probably cut down the usual printing prices to half.
Great! Now you know what style of poster printing to use for specific business goals. Use these styles wisely and you will reap the rewards of being effective at your printing project and output.