printing tips: Create Print-Ready Files to Save Time and Money! - 10/16/18 03:22 PM
Many people don’t realize that PrinterBees can help you create marketing materials on your own with print-ready files.
Our self-serve site makes it simple once your files are ready. But how do you get your files print-ready?
Here are some simple steps that can help.
Set Up Your Color ModeYou want to make sure you know what color mode the printer requires. We need you to define your colors in CMYK color mode. CMYK indicates Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Keyline (Black).
How do you know what that is? You can convert RGB files into CMYK in Photoshop by simply clicking on Image > Mode > CMYK.
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printing tips: Why it Pays to Go Pro with Real Estate Marketing - 02/13/18 03:22 PM
Are you trying to save money by printing and designing your own real estate marketing?
If so, STOP!
There are so many great reasons to go pro with your marketing. Here are just a few.
Professional Marketing Shows Your ValueYou know how clients are always wondering if you’re worth your commission?
If you don’t use professional marketing for your real estate business, you’re telling them “I’m not worth it!”
Here’s why:
Amateur marketing shows you don’t take your business seriously – why should they? Low-budget marketing also shows what they can expect when they list with you – which is a cut-rate effort. No one wants … (2 comments)

 
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Nadine Larder

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