Printing Companies in Sacramento – Who Should You Call Right Now?
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*rap music playing* because you want to know how to designyour business cards for real estate investing.
Keep watching and I'll showyou exactly how I design my cards and what I consider to be the pertinentinformation that you should have on your business cards as well.
It's Dara: real estate investor, entrepreneur, and consultant out of Atlanta, Georgia, and aspromised as the title and the intro tells you, I'mgonna show you exactly how I design my business cards.
Now, keep in mind this ismy second design ever.
So I started wholesaling in 2016, and I'ma big proponent of start where you are with what you have.
So whatever is inyour budget however you want to get these cards, do what's in your means.
Ipersonally designed mine off of Microsoft Word till this day.
I just create a cutelittle design on Microsoft Word transport it into a PDF and send it outto the shipping-- the printing company and I get it the same day.
So, if you're inAtlanta, you definitely need to hit up Prima Flyers.
This is not promo, sponsoredor anything like that.
I just went and placed an order today, picked them uptoday.
So you can't beat that; I got 250 cards and that'll last me not sure howlong.
So to get right into it, if I can find a picture of my very first businesscard design, I will put that right here for you guys to see.
And I think thatkind of worked because they got a lot of calls and people were like, "Oh okay they lookfriendly, you know, let me sell my house to them.
" But that's-- so that's when Ivery first started and, again, I used what I had.
I had a selfie with me and my mom;really nice looking or whatever, put it on the card; put our name, number, info andall that good stuff.
We had a gmail and we still have a gmail.
This is to tellyou that you don't need anything fancy.
Again, it cost me nothing to design thecard.
I use a Google Voice number and a gmail so all free things.
So the point isjust to get your information slathered on a card and get it into people's hands.
As manyhands as possible.
So, on this lovely, handy-dandy card, we have my company'slogo.
Now, someone told me about a floor test.
So if you drop your business cardon the floor, or if, for whatever reason, your business card just happens to be onthe floor-- "How dare they drop my card on the floor?!" You want to make sure that atleast your logo, your company's name is visible from when you're standing up.
"CanI stand up and see the logo? I sure can.
" So, that's test number one.
Whereveryou decide to put your logo--ours is smack dab in the center--you can put itanywhere you want, but make sure it's big enough to be seen.
You, of course, want your name, your phone number, and what other ways to contact you.
When I firststarted, I didn't have a website so of course there was no website on my card Ijust had my name, my mom's name, my title, her title, and our joint email address--email account--yeah, our joint email and our individual phone numbers.
So that's on the front of the card.
Now, we've upgraded our lives, we have a website soalong with our phone number, title, and name, we have our website on thefront and then the email address on the back of the card.
So let's get right intothe back of the card.
These are obviously our company colors.
But, uh, I would suggest a bright color.
This isn't too bright, but it does stand out.
So get youa bright color.
You can get it on both sides I just wanted to be fancy andhave two different, you know.
So on the back of my business card,it has info for sellers and it has info for buyers slash renters, because youpretty much do at all.
So it pretty much just says that if you're a seller facingforeclosure, inherited a property, relocating, abandoned property, all that goodstuff, contact us.
Together we can find a solution.
Real simple guys.
That's all it takes really.
And yeah, got the logo again onthe back so this one doesn't pass the floor test but that's okay because it'sthe back of the card.
And, um Maybe if anything, I would say the font could be alittle bigger.
You can't see it.
So here is my two centson how to design a business card to stand out, again, take this information ordon't.
But, definitely think you should have a bright color: some color that stands out.
If you have a logo and a company name, have that large and incharge so people can see that from very far away.
I know an investor who has abright neon orange business card.
No company name, no logo, but in big blackletters it says "We Buy Houses".
Take that idea.
So, bright color, large enough fontor logo, of course, your name and contact information and what it is that you do.
So on the back, like I said, I have information for sellers and buyers tolet them know who we are and what we do.
So keeping it real simple that's aboutit.
Oh, another bonus tip--not really a bonus tip, but the front of my card isglossy just to the touch and the back of my card is not glossy.
Now, I do have somespace on my card for someone to write because every time I collect businesscards, I like to write how I met them or anything-- if I want to jot anything ontheir card I want to be able to do so.
So if you have a glossy front and back, youcan't write on glossy cards.
So that's why the back it's not a glossy, the frontis.
Voila! And that's all that I have for you guys.
I hope that you liked this video.
If you did, give me a thumbs up, leave a comment below, read the description boxbecause there's really some good stuff in there guys, [if] you want to know what'sgoing on, read the description box.
And subscribe to my channel.
Share this video--that too.
But subscribe to my channel.
Ok, thanks for watching, I'll see you in thenext one.
Several customers orders are placed into a single group, for greatest efficiency once assembled, the jobs are sent to plating.
Here, the plate maker sends each job to an thermal infrared plate imaging machine.
Aluminum plates containing an infrared sensitive emulsion, load into the plate setter where it wraps around the imaging drum.
The drum spins at a dizzying thousand RPMs as an infrared laser exposes an image onto the plate.
From there, the now exposed aluminum plate moves to the processor, a four-step treatment is applied: developer chemical, water, buffing and gumming for further scratch protection.
A place for each color in the CMYK file are printed for transfer to the press.
RushMyPrints utilizes three Komori offset printing presses for all of our printing.
Maxed out, the Komori press can print a stunning sixteen-thousand sheets per hour.
The Pressman takes the aluminum plates and hangs them on ink units each corresponding color.
Cling sheets are fed from the back of the machine.
Printing jobs in Sacramento can be tough to get done on time, which is why it’s important to have an expert printing service and commercial printer available to you at all times.
A series of conveyers and rollers rapidly shoot each sheet under cyan, magenta, yellow, and black ink units.
The rollers even distribute shoot ink to the plates, which offsets the ink to a blanket roller than in turn applies ink to the paper, coated sheets are then fed through aqueous coating unit and run across heating elements for drying.
Every few hundred sheets, the pressman pulls a sheet for analysis.
He scans a color bar along the bottom edge for color accuracy.
Visual inspection is also needed to check for highest quality, after printing the sheets move to the cutter.
A large industrial cutting machine slices up to 1,000 sheets.
Each job is then separated for transfer to their Particular finishing processes.
From there, your booklets are placed into a machine for scoring and folding.
A conveyer allows for continuous loading of jobs for maximum efficiency.
After the worker activates the machine, each booklet shoots towards the folder plates where up to four folds are applied along with scoring.
The final step is stitching.
The stitcher loads your booklet pages sequentially into the saddle stitching machine, the gathering chain pulls each booklet to the stitching unit, which places two wire stitchings along the edge.
The booklets then move to the trimming unit, slicing off the remaining edges.
The result? A high-quality, quick turn booklet ready to ship via our in-house mailing facility to your customer’s door.
this is Debra Bingham at AWHONNConvention 2017.
I'm with Rachel Bremen and she's going to tell us about herposter and Rachel is a PhD candidate at the University of Maryland School of Nursing.
So go Rachel, tell us all about your poster just give me one second whoops hitting the wrong button.
allright Rachel you're on.
Hi this poster is about an innovative program to reduce Cesarean section to help admit women in active labor.
This is about an early labor lounge program that wasstarted at South Shore Hospital.
When women come into the hospital they go through this triage processwe spent assess whether or not they're in labor or not.
If they're not in labor they need to go home.
If they're in latent labor and we're not sure what to do with them they can go home or they can use the lounge.
The activities in the lounge talk about at 20 weeks gestation they also talk about an app that the hospital has created.
This hospital used this program to knowledge to action framework and all of these activities we recently published in the Journal of Nursing Midwifery and Women's Health.
The evaluation, we're going to look at deterrents to see if there is a change in cervical dilation and admission from before the program and after the program.
Also going to look at length of stay from admission to delivery, or length of time, and whether or not they had a C-section or a vaginal delivery.
We're going to check satisfaction with patients for their birth experience.
and also look at what the providers, nurses, and midwives felt about the program.
Thanks so much.
Oh thanks Rachel, awesome job!.