Whether you’re an independent agent or are working for a big insurance company, letterhead printing is a must. Letterheads are headers usually placed at the top of a business correspondence. It can mimic the design of your insurance company logo, and include only the basic contact information like your company name, address, telephone number, website, email address, and maybe your social media handles.
Although letterheads are traditionally placed on top of the page, the design can also be placed as a footer, or on the left or right side of the page. What is good about letterhead printing is that you can use the stationery to print memos, insurance package quotations, invoices, receipts, and any other insurance-related transactions. Offices are trying to run paperless these days, but there are still transactions which require printouts and customers need them sometimes, so it is better to do it with letterheads. The transaction looks more official, and your brand will be enhanced because of the presence of your company name and logo on the correspondence.
How to Look for the Best Online Printing Company
Now that you already have an idea about the benefits of having letterheads for your insurance business, let us look at how you can look for the best online printing company:
- Decide between offset and digital printing methods.
Some print shops offer just one, while others offer both digital and offset printing methods. Digital is suitable for small print jobs while more voluminous orders can be handled by printing presses using offset print technology.
- Do your research on the background of the print shop.
Some of the things that you need to look for are the turnaround time, the quality of customer support used, how long the print shop has been in the business, and if they have any famous clients who have submitted testimonials on their websites. Also check on the paper and size options that they have specifically for letterheads.
- Check on the print package rates and any extras or discounts offered.
Lastly, you want to get the best value for your money so check on the print package rates and look for any promotional discounts or extras that you can take advantage of. For offset printing, the more pieces you order, the lower the per price unit gets. This means that a 2,500 order is cheaper per piece than a 1,500 order of insurance company letterheads. There are also some print shops that have folding options and extra blank sheets available. Or, you can go for a complete set that contains a stationery with letterhead, a blank second sheet, and an envelope.