Top 5 Most Read of 2016

It’s December again, and we’re reflecting on the year that was as we look eagerly ahead to the year that will be. As 2016 comes to a close, here’s a look at the top five most read marketing articles we published this year.

1. Prepress Defined

This year, we launched a print term definition series seeking to uncover the unfamiliar terms in the world of print. This was the first post in the series.

2. Printing Presses Defined

In this post, we continued our print term definition series with an exploration of the differences between offset, digital, and web presses.

3. Bubble Hockey, Anyone?

Over the summer, we shared the outcome of a project we did for SMB Alliance, where we added custom graphics to a bubble hockey table.

4. Bindery Defined

Another post in our print term definition series, this article outlined the number of bindery services that can be performed on a job.

5. Happy Earth Day! Our 2016 Green Update

We celebrated Earth Day by sharing the steps we’ve taken toward greening our company. We were happy to report that replacing the lights in our facility was the equivalent of taking 35.1 cars off the road, or keeping 59.7 tons of waste out of the landfill!

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Bonus #2: Dual Print & Mail’s most popular evergreen content
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About Dual Print & Mail

Dual Print & Mail (www.dualprintandmail.com) provides high quality, green printing solutions for all your commercial print and mail needs. Headquartered in Cheektowaga, NY, Dual Print & Mail’s specialties include magazine, publication, and inline foil printing. Dual Print & Mail can be reached at 800.358.4348 or marketing@dualprintandmail.com.
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