Choosing the best paper for your prints can be confusing. Many new and experienced commercial print buyers ask, "what's the best or cheapest paper you have?" This is not a stupid question and is always asked. Commercial printing is highly competitive and price sensitive, so finding the best value for money rather than the cheapest will increase print marketing efforts. You can also find the best uncoated paper via https://arrowpaper.com.au/collections/uncoated-papers.
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Remember, cheap is cheap and if you want to be successful this is not how you want to shape your business or yourself. The little money you can save for profit can hurt your marketing efforts. I'm not saying you have to look for the most expensive printing service to get the best quality. What matters is competitive prices, the highest quality and personal customer service. Make sure if the printer fails, you quickly take responsibility for the problem. You should be able to speak to a printing specialist who can make a decision, not an uninformed customer service representative.
Use the most popular standard online printing services:
The 14pt card inventory is impressive for business cards, postcards, trading cards, or anything else that requires a large card inventory. High quality palpable in the hand. Anything under 14 pt feels fragile and cheap.
16 pt card stock has the same properties but is slightly thicker than 14 pt. This is a great option to keep in your pocket or in the mail. Some online printers offer 16 pt as a free upgrade.
Color Printing Pros offers high quality online printing services, affordable wholesale prices, and professional customer service. CPP card, stunning gold, silver and all kinds of colored foil printing, unique plastic card, spectacular UV coating.