Podcasting For Printers

Hello Everyone,

Fast on the heels of our recent joint venture announcement with Printer’s Plan, we are equally excited to tell you about another development that is certain to set your site apart from the competition. All websites created by are now audio-enabled, with podcasts available for 15 of the most popular printing products and far more in the works. Read on to learn more about this development!

  1. Podcasts and Audio-Enabled Websites
  2. Try Before You Buy: 60-Day Live Trial Program
  3. Big Discounts on the Add-Ons!

Podcasts and Audio-Enabled Websites

Apple Computer’s iPod and similar portable media players have not only transformed the way many people listen to music, but also the way they access information on the Internet. Across the web, podcasts (digital files available for download in MP3 format) are available on virtually any topic imaginable – from television programs and talk radio shows to business news, market information and even pet care tips. Now, this technology is available on your website, too.

Like other podcasts, your podcasts can be downloaded to a visitor’s desktop or portable media player directly from your printing firm’s website. Visitors can also choose to listen to the podcasts on the spot (which is what we expect most people will probably choose to do at first).

For now, our podcasts deal exclusively with the printing products on the site. We’ve started with what we consider the 15 most popular printing products and plan to add more products in the weeks ahead. Enabling podcasting on your site is a painless process (click here to learn how).

Once you’ve done this, your visitors will be able to access your podcasts from two places: (1) a special podcast page that houses links to all the podcasts available on the site, and (2) the individual product pages for each of the products that have podcasts associated with them.

To see how the podcasting works, visit any of our sample websites or

Try Before You Buy: 60-Day Live Trial Program

Would you like to experience firsthand how much of an impression podcasts will leave on your customers? Let us show you! If you don’t currently have a website with, click on over and sign up for a free trial site. Choose any of our 18 designs. We’ll then guide you through the process of taking your site live. Once it’s live, you’ll have 60 days to use the site and try out all the features before deciding whether you want to invest in the program. There’s no pressure. We’ll just let the site speak for itself. (We’ve found our sites are actually pretty good salespeople!)

Big Discounts on the Add-Ons!

Anyone requesting a 60-day live trial between now and July 17, 2006 is eligible for deep discounts on both of our powerful add-ons — Jaws PDF Courier and uDesignIT! As always, you’ll have access to both of these products for free throughout the term of your 60-day free trial. (That has always been our policy.) This will give you a chance to put these utilities through their paces before committing to invest any money in them. If you decide to continue with either or both of these add-ons once your trial period ends, we’ll knock $175 off the startup charges for each. That’s a potential savings of up to $350! So give us a try, with a live trial site from

That’s all for this issue!
Happy Printing!
Dave Hultin

Dave Hultin, Manager
800-736-0688 x 130

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