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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by contourbs, Feb 5, 2005.
how do i get door hangers without having to draw one myself
You would be better off trying one of your print shops or a place like kinkos they already have templates you just have to supply the wording it will be much easier that way.
that thats what i was looking for
Also check out Gopher Graphics. They have many free to use templates !
If you want a really nice looking door hanger, check out gotprint.com They have incredible prices on flyers, business cards and door hangers. I am planning on printing a bunch of full color photo glossy flyers to distribute soon.
if you really want to get some good doorhangers then forget those other mentioned try designoutpost.com and then get a printer such as 48hourprint.com or postcardwarehouse.com to print you hangers. youll be much happier that way rather than using kinkos
The best prices i've seen are at
I'm going to order from them this week
1000 Four Color Regular size hangers = 132.00
1000 Black Ink Hangers = 51.00
They also have blank door hangers for 20-35.00 per thousand price depending on what type of hanger you buy.
More = cheaper and No other fees as far as I can tell
There web site isn't special but all the info is there.
I use graphics designer who designs a door hanger for about $100 and then I send to 4over4.com and they send 10,000 and then I have them delivered -- then I answer the phone
It is easy to see that the internet offers alot of rescources for marketing that we would have paid alot more for locally. I checked out several of those sites and they all seem to have some great deals. I really think the glossy photo flyers, cards etc. make a big impact. Do any of you feel it makes much differance in your experience?
Also the site I mentioned was gotprint.net I apologize.
I checked out design outpost. Elance is another awesome site where you can post design projects and designers will bid it for you cheap. I am having my logo designed there for $100 and it is infinitely better than my local designers charging $400 or more.
Do any of you have any good sources for your screen printing of shirts?
The 48hourprint.com site mentioned seems to have done a great job for many LCOs.
Thanks Lawnchoice for thinking of us.