In my years of running offers these offers I’ve found the perfect combination of paper stocks and packaging materials to ensure I provide a quality product to my customers that’s affordable enough to remain profitable while I bring thousands of new customers into my email list per month. I’d like you to be able to take advantage of that too.
Why is the number of prints different than the number of envelopes? Won’t I run out of packaging to send orders out?
A successful promotional offer assumes you’re upselling to your customers after they take the initial offer. In most cases this will involve selling multiple prints as a ‘collection’. Because of this you’ll be sending out more than one print in each envelope. All the details explaining how I structure offers is included in the bonus materials.
I don’t know anything about how to prepare artwork for printing, can you help?
A comprehensive guide and artwork templates are provided so all you need to do is drop your artwork in, save the file, and it will be ready for the printer.
I have artwork that’s square, or I want to offer larger prints. Can I still use this offer?
My recommendation is to offer prints in these specific sizes. The reason is that there’s lots of frames available for them, and they’re a perfect size to take advantage of the lowest postage costs to keep costs down. If you want to offer square artwork, we can accommodate that, but the size you provide the artwork will have to be 6×6 inches (15 x 15cm) for the small prints and 8×8 inches (21x21cm) for the large prints.