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    Postcards for Trade Show Results

    Postcards are an amazing way to reconnect with your customers and trade show connections. A postcard is such a thoughtful gesture, and mail can be such a treat to receive. When paired with an intelligent targeted mailing list, postcards can send just the right message to just the right customer. Influence Print is an industry leader in variable print technology. This enables you to send personalized messages to each and every contact you make - in one quick print run.

    Of course, a postcard can also be an interesting giveaway to trade show attendees, especially if you use visually arresting images. Whether you choose to mail them or hand them out individually, post cards are a smart investment for your business's marketing plan.

    Custom Postcards

    Printing Custom Postcards

    There are so many ways to use a printed postcard. Perfect for a direct mail piece or a handout at an event, Influence Print can help with both. From 1-sided or 2-sided, full CMYK color, oversized or standard, glossy, matte, etc., we’ll help you create a postcard that gets noticed. Some customization options include: - 14 pt. Uncoated Cardstock - 14 pt. Gloss Coated Cardstock - 16 Pt. Matte Cardstock - 1 or 2-sided printing

    Postcard Sizes

    Postcard Sizes

    The most standard or common printed postcard size is 4”x 6” but we can print almost any size you need. This size is easy to mail and qualifies for bulk rate pricing which is why it’s so popular. But with our printing technology, we can help you print any size to fit almost any message including:
    • 5" x 7"
    • 5" x 8.5"
    • 6" x 9"
    • Custom (inquire within)

    Poster Stock

    Poster Stock

    You can print on almost anything. A typical printed and mailed postcard is done on 14 pt. uncoated cardstock because it’s easy to personalize with a written message. However, 14 pt. cardstock gloss creates a lovely sheen and might catch someone’s eye. Want to up the ante and drive the impact? Try 16 pt. cardstock gloss matte to send a premium message to your recipient and stand out from the crowd. Here are some other paper options:
    • Option 1
    • Option 2

    Printing Guidelines

    Printing Guidelines

    Depending on whether you’re mailing your postcard or handing it out, the printing specs can vary. The USPS has guidelines on the amount of space for the address and indicia, and while we can offer full-bleed images on one side, you want to ensure that all relevant information is well inside the margins. Reach out to us for any questions and we’ll gladly help you set up your postcard for printing success.

    Finishing Options

    Finishing Options

    While a rectangular postcard is most traditional, what about rounded corners, die-cut, perforated, or fold out? A tear off is great if you want people to respond to an offer and while you’re at it, try a UV coating to give your postcards a long-lasting, scratch-proof, smooth surface.

    • Rounded corners
    • Front and back
    • Die-cut
    • Perforated page
    • UV coating

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are standard postcard sizes?

    Postcards can be made in almost any size, but in order to mail via USPS 1st Class postage they need to be:
    • 5″ to 4″ height
    • 5″ to 6″ width
    The following sizes don’t qualify for USPS 1st Class postage but can be priced out:
    • 5″ x 8.5″
    • 4″ x 9″
    • 6″ x 9″
    • 5″ x 7″
    • 6″ x 11″

    What are some tips for creating an effective postcard?

    You want to catch your reader’s eye, so select vibrant colors that will stand out from the rest of the mail. We also recommend highlighting your primary message on both sides of the postcard since you never know which side the reader will look at first.