Bartleby Press

Bartleby Press

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Ted Hatfield celebrates 24 years with Bartleby Press

March 15, 2014
The last 24 years have seen many transitions in the printing service industry. Ted Hatfield, Production Manager, at Bartleby Press has adapted well establishing new production techniques. His vision to embrace new technology in hardware and software pre-production printing has established the firm as an innovative leader.Ted is the quintessential print service manager at one of the few remaining locally owned Austin print shops.  His mantra…High-Tech solutions…Old Fashioned Service.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Austin Printing Service is a Market Resource

As more marketers and businesses turn to alternative media in lieu of print services for their business communications needs, they often miss an opportunity to improve the customer experience when they leave digital printing out of the mix.

Color brochures, flyers, business cards and point of sale information are still effective touch points to get the marketer’s message across in the most effective manner. Why, because print has a tangible presence that conveys credibility.

Bartleby Press is a local printing service that provides print on demand. They have rapid turn-around digital printing that provides the highest quality imaging in small volumes that drive recipients to visit your URL. Providing short run digital printing allows the marketer to update with more real-time information, so they can finely map a message to specific individuals or groups.
To keep the dialog going, a high-quality postcard can be mailed to these qualified segments with yet another value offer. This way, the business is using the less expensive IT medium to narrow the field, and invest in high quality print for those who are likely to become sources of revenue.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Is Your Church Website Inviting?

Making the best use of our church website is a great way to evangelize our Catholic faith. It is unfortunate that most of the Catholic websites are designed for the parishioners that already attend the church regularly. Nothing wrong with that but too often we find ourselves preaching to the choir. What about the first-timer? What are they looking for in a church community?

Sometimes the person that is “shopping” for a comfortable place to worship, or a fallen away Catholic, or anyone in search of Christ’s love needs to know about your church before they walk in the door. Think of this as welcoming someone into your home. Do they find your website warm and friendly?  Is it easy to navigate?

Sr. Susan Wolf addresses Catholic Websites on her blog