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02/02/2012 01:54:48 AM · #1
Can anyone direct me to a place that i can get some cheap flyers? I'm not getting any traffic from my website and just from word of mouth i'm not getting any jobs. I just need 100 for now. maybe even 50.

Anyone else do this? Or has anyone done it in the past?
02/02/2012 02:52:21 AM · #2
I thought of Kinkos, but they are not cheap!! $ 200 for 250!!...seems to be the cheapest.

Will keep looking I guess
02/02/2012 03:58:23 AM · #3
I would look for a small local litho/print shop. I live a few hours south of you, or I would recommend mine. I have a small litho shop here is Camas that charges about $0.20 ea double sided and full color. I made a couple flyers for my father-in-law's Mayor campaign, and also a flyer for my wife's business. Example flyers

Small and local is the way to go!
02/02/2012 07:49:14 AM · #4
Originally posted by ASTONishing:

Small and local is the way to go!

I agree ... buying local is also how we can start to rebuild the economy -- GoldmanSachs doesn't print flyers ...

Unfortunately you are in the "donut hole" of print pricing -- it usually doesn't start to get cheaper than printing yourself until you get up to around 500 copies. You might consider printing/copying a B&W flyer and gluing on an actual 4x6 photo ... that combo should cost under 20-25 centa/copy ...
02/02/2012 09:04:19 AM · #5
some of my band clients have been happy with large format posters, both in terms of quality and price.
02/02/2012 09:17:23 AM · #6
How about Vistaprint?
02/02/2012 02:54:54 PM · #7
Thanks for the suggestions thus far.

My flyers need to be printed in color and i only want them 8x10 or 8.5x11. So i guess i dont want them super big. I have another question though too. I need a different format for my website and i was wondering if any of you know of some free ones or atleast non expensive ones. I want it to look good though. Right now my site is like a blog, and i dont mind that, but i would prefer one that is like a portfolio. any suggestions there?
02/02/2012 02:56:51 PM · #8
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02/02/2012 03:17:52 PM · #9
Originally posted by ScooterMcNutty:

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Looks great Sofia!

02/02/2012 03:20:19 PM · #10
Sent you a PM.
02/02/2012 04:57:26 PM · #11

A local place?

//www.seattle.minutemanpress.com/
05/01/2012 09:36:15 PM · #12
If it's not too late I would recommend PrintPlace flyers. I've tried this company, and got some high quality prints.
06/04/2012 03:13:21 AM · #13
I think you can find them at nay local places near by you or you can search them through INTERNET.

06/04/2012 07:36:21 AM · #14
It is not tough to find printing services providers, those provide best quality at reasonable price. The best and simple way to find them is Google. You have just need to choose one of them.
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Message edited by author 2012-06-04 07:44:05.
10/05/2012 02:30:57 AM · #15
This is an easy question to answer. Let the client buy them. If you do it you should be marking up the cost of the flyers, your time to procure them and provide them to the client. Be their marketer not the supplier of basic materials like the flyers.

Message edited by author 2012-10-05 02:31:36.
10/05/2012 03:43:11 AM · #16
Originally posted by ZhaneCanalpan625:

This is an easy question to answer. Let the client buy them. If you do it you should be marking up the cost of the flyers, your time to procure them and provide them to the client. Be their marketer not the supplier of basic materials like the flyers.


ummmmmmmm trying to envision this...

"i am such a good portrait photographer you have to BUY my flyer to even contact me"
07/15/2013 03:41:51 AM · #17
Originally posted by bookpublishing:

Printingwaiter.com is great for business cards. Awesome quality and price.
printingwaiter.com
Cheers!


Hmm.

Can you possibly explain what the hell made you or your boss think that printingwaiter.com is a good domain name?

Maybe should also look into buying businessconsultingdishwasher.com , lawyerplumber.com , proctologistpainter.com , and gynecologistgarbageman.com before someone else snaps up those amazing domain names.

Seriously though, who the hell would want a waiter doing their printing. You spambots get more ridiculous all the time. Someone should stick your tongues to frozen flagpoles and leave you to the starving polar bears.
07/15/2013 03:59:22 AM · #18
Originally posted by Cory:

Originally posted by bookpublishing:

Printingwaiter.com is great for business cards. Awesome quality and price.
printingwaiter.com
Cheers!


Hmm.

Can you possibly explain what the hell made you or your boss think that printingwaiter.com is a good domain name?

Maybe should also look into buying businessconsultingdishwasher.com , lawyerplumber.com , proctologistpainter.com , and gynecologistgarbageman.com before someone else snaps up those amazing domain names.

Seriously though, who the hell would want a waiter doing their printing. You spambots get more ridiculous all the time. Someone should stick your tongues to frozen flagpoles and leave you to the starving polar bears.

Careful, Cory. You're heading down a slippy slope... ;-)
07/15/2013 06:23:28 AM · #19
Originally posted by Art Roflmao:

Originally posted by Cory:

Originally posted by bookpublishing:

Printingwaiter.com is great for business cards. Awesome quality and price.
printingwaiter.com
Cheers!


Hmm.

Can you possibly explain what the hell made you or your boss think that printingwaiter.com is a good domain name?

Maybe should also look into buying businessconsultingdishwasher.com , lawyerplumber.com , proctologistpainter.com , and gynecologistgarbageman.com before someone else snaps up those amazing domain names.

Seriously though, who the hell would want a waiter doing their printing. You spambots get more ridiculous all the time. Someone should stick your tongues to frozen flagpoles and leave you to the starving polar bears.

Careful, Cory. You're heading down a slippy slope... ;-)


Not unintentionally. :) I like skiing, and it's my little tribute to a friend. I'll try to never miss slapping a spambot with a flagpole assault joke.

Of course, I'll never actually really threaten the spambot, since that is against the TOS, and I'll definitely not start any gladiator threads, since that is against good sense.

..

I miss Slippy.
12/21/2013 04:55:35 AM · #20
There is a flyers printing company in UK named fotosnipe.co.uk/flyers
I know they are dedicated to their valuable customer. you can get free 50 flyers.

Message edited by author 2013-12-21 04:57:35.
12/24/2013 05:46:35 PM · #21
We used to print up flyers to market our RE Photography business but it's a numbers game.. something like 2% reply or response. So we had to print up a lot of flyers and do "drops" at RE offices. My business partner was able to print these up in the hundreds on an igen press where he worked but he no longer has access to an igen. We have shopped around for prices on copies of 8.5 X 11 one-side flyers and it's cost-prohibitive to do it this way. The cheapest we found was Office Max but we couldn't afford enough to make it worthwhile.
12/25/2013 05:04:13 PM · #22
I have used GotPrint before. The quality seemed good. Not sure how the prices compare with other companies.
05/16/2014 11:58:14 PM · #23
Hi, Is there anyone available here to guide me about the first class cheap flyer printing service in Ireland that must suitable for me to fulfill all printing desires. I would like to take an advantage of high quality printing at the most affordable prices. Please suggest me!
05/17/2014 05:31:54 AM · #24
ok I suggest you.
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