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Posted on: January 24, 2011

Q:  Does a 14.1 caliper card still conform to the USPS guidelines for postcards?

A:  Yes, the cards would meet the minimum 7 point thickness for postcards.

See our previous post:

What are the post office’s requirements for mailing postcards?


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Posted on: September 2, 2010

Blank postcards are an effective, easy and inexpensive way to reach members and donors.  Read about how non-profit organizations stretch their marketing and advertising dollars.


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Posted on: August 12, 2010

Last week, we told you about SFI and FSC certified recycled papers.


We offer blank postcards, double postcards, doorhangers, hangers, greeting cards, inserts, notecards, tags, and trifold mailers, made from recycled content.


View over 50 products which are made from 10%, 30%, or 100% recycled content.


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Posted on: July 22, 2010

Jill McSheehy, of Cogswell Motors, says…

“We use the standard and jumbo postcards for sales and service related promotions… with Adobe Photoshop and Microsoft Word.  I continue to use you because of the competitive price and the ease of ordering and shipping.  You guys have always been good at checking up on me to see if I need anything without “hassling” like some companies do.  We have found that postcards are more economical and have a better response than letters, which is why we continue to use them.”


Blank postcards are an effective, easy and inexpensive way to reach buyers and customers to:



Gain Speed, Control and Cost Savings
By printing postcards in-house, you can quickly respond to competitive offers and market changes, while saving time and cost.  And, no special equipment is required. You could mail a postcard for less than the cost of a first-class stamp!*



See for Yourself. Request FREE samples.  Download FREE templates.
Join other auto dealers who are customizing postcards and driving more sales.



Check out:
Four-of-a-Kind Postcards
Print On Demand Jumbo Postcards
Blank Note Cards
Blank Greeting Cards
Blank Brochures


* Cost of a Four-of-a-Kind™ Postcard Standard White sheet is $0.12 or $0.03 per postcard; Black ink – $0.02 per side x 2 sides = $0.04 per sheet/ 4 postcards per sheet = $0.01 per postcard.  Color ink – $0.10 per side x 2 sides = $0.20 per sheet/ 4 postcards per sheet = $0.05 per postcard. Final cost $0.04-$0.08 per postcard plus labor and postage.  Postcard postage is $0.28 per postcard, for a total of $0.36 per mailed, color postcard vs. $0.44 for a first-class stamp (only).


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Posted on: July 7, 2010

Q:  Can your blank postcards (Single On Demand) be printed on both sides? If yes, are the Glossy ones that can only be used with a laser-printer glossy on both sides or matte on the reverse side?

A:  Yes, our Print-On-Demand Single Postcards™ can be printed on both sides.  The 4x6G (laser gloss) is a high gloss finish on one side and matte on the reverse.  This product is for laser printers only.  If you have an inkjet printer, we recommend only using paper specifically designated as inkjet paper, as it will absorb the ink properly.  Here are some examples of our products, which are only designated for inkjet printers.


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