Frequently Asked Printing Questions

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    Will all of my marketing materials coordinate and have the same look and feel?

    Absolutely! One of the benefits of using Century Marketing is that we do more than just offer printing services or graphic design services. We do it all. Century Marketing can work with you from start to finish, handing everything from graphic design and logo design to printing, production of promotional materials, and website design. By using Century Marketing for all of your marketing and promotional needs you can be assured that everything will coordinate beautifully to reflect your company brand image.

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    What happens after a design is approved?

    After a design is created and approved, Century Marketing is the only place you need for printing. We can print your business cards, letterhead, stationery, brochures, catalogs, signs, banners, promotional items, trade show booths, vehicle graphics, apparel and much, much more.

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    What are the most popular stationery items?

    Century Marketing designs and prints a large amount of company letterhead, envelopes, notepads, large mailing envelopes, thank you cards, holiday cards and custom invitations. There is no minimum order on anything Century Marketing offers. If you only need a handful of a print or just want to print one item as a prototype, we can do that.

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    What are the color options for printing?

    All of the custom stationery items that we provide can be printed in one color process through four color process. As you work with one of Century Marketing’s graphic designers, you can see options to customize further.

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    What Type Of Specialty Printing Is Available?

    We can use custom die cutting, embossing, debossing and foil stamping in any of your stationery products. We accept both PC and Mac graphic files from the common graphics software packages, including Adobe InDesign (.indd), Adobe Photoshop (.psd), Adobe Illustrator (.ai), and Adobe Acrobat (.pdf).

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    Can I use website graphics for print materials?

    No. Website graphics are typically 72 dpi, the resolution of your monitor. Print graphics should be 300 dpi for them to print clearly. Also, web graphics are typically created in RGB mode. Print graphics are typically done in the CMYK mode and require a different setup. Print materials also have requirements for bleeds when printing side to side.

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    If I don't have artwork, can you help?

    Absolutely! The graphic design experts at Century Marketing can work with you to create all types of artwork, including logos, to make your marketing materials stand out from the crowd. You can sit down with our graphic designers while they design your artwork to make sure it is exactly what you want.

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    Do you keep my artwork on file?

    Yes. Century Marketing will keep your artwork saved on our off-site secure server so that you can reorder at any time without having to resubmit your files. This also makes it easier if you want to make changes or updates down the road.

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    Can you match our corporate color?

    Yes. Century Marketing uses the Pantone Matching System (PMS), which includes a color chart that we use to find the ink formula with the closest match to your corporate color.

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    What are my letterhead options?

    The most economic method is to print it on 60lb text weight. For a classier, textured look, try a linen or laid paper. With these two options, you have an assortment of colors to choose from. To compliment your letterhead, many of Century Marketing’s clients select a matching #10 envelope for a professional look.

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    What brochure paper stocks are available?

    Different paper stocks are available for these with the most common being 100 pound gloss text. Heavier paper weights are available such as 100 pound cover stock. Talk to Century Marketing about other options for paper stocks. Your simple company brochure can be printed with a single color ink or it can be enhanced with four color process print.

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