Christopher Jan Benitez

Avoid Printing Mistakes with our FREE Blank Templates and File Checking

February 21, 2013

Printing comes with risks. The colors may not be as vibrant as in your computer screen while designing it or the images in the design may not be aligned with the material, among other issues. The inconvenience of calling the company to reprint your order and waiting for days could cost you even more money […]

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7 Highly Effective Types of Content You’re Not Doing at the Moment

February 20, 2013

More and more business owners are jumping ship to promote their products and services through content marketing. 45% of businesses have increased their expenses for this marketing strategy, according to Content Marketing Institute. The rise is due to the Panda effect and how it shifts away from shady link building practices to effective link-bait that […]

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PrintRunner Sponsors The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk

February 12, 2013

The Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk takes place on February 14, 2013 at 102 W 4th Street, Los Angeles. PrintRunner, through their events printing program, will provide the marketing tools to be displayed and given out to people in promoting the event. The Downtown Art Walk is a free, self-guided art experience bringing people in the community together through […]

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Make Your Own Valentine’s Day Cards Online in 4 Easy Steps

January 31, 2013

 (Daniel Wille via Behance) Valentine’s Day cards still sell like pancakes every February 14. Your romantic messages can be relayed faster via phone call, text message, or e-mail, but greeting cards provide a more intimate approach in expressing your love and admiration for that special someone. The fact that greeting cards are tangible and can be […]

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Sleek Mardi Gras Print Ad Designs for Inspiration

January 29, 2013

Mardi Gras prompts the season of lent, the time when people observe austerity for 40 days. Because the holiday is rooted to Christianity, cities celebrating the event prohibit brands from providing sponsorship. The prohibition has made it more difficult for advertisers to pitch their products during the culmination of Mardi Gras (day before lent). However, it […]

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Super Bowl Sunday Marketing Ideas for Your Sports Bar

January 24, 2013

Super Bowl Sunday is more than just football. From the promotions down to the advertisements released prior to and during the game, Super Bowl Sunday is an annual cultural phenomenon where advertisers take advantage of the sports’ success to market their businesses. It has become customary for large corporations to spend millions of dollars for […]

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PrintRunner Launches Event Sponsorship Program

January 24, 2013, your friendly and innovative online printing company, announces the start of our event sponsorship program. The program gives small business groups and organizations an opportunity to partner with and receive printing assistance for their upcoming events. Organizations hold events to provide information, share knowledge and improve the community. Through the events sponsorship program, […]

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3 Inspiring Small Business Advice from Martin Luther King, Jr. Quotes

January 19, 2013

Martin Luther King, Jr. is a name synonymous to turning the impossible into actuality. A great leader in every step of the way, his fight against racism, as seen from his work in the American Civil Rights movement, inspires action and courage against all odds. With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day a couple of days […]

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Free Infographic: Why Showcase Your Work on Online Portfolio Sites

January 18, 2013

Freelance designers and artists must  promote their work in as many platforms as possible to gain exposure and attract more clients for their services. To achieve this purpose, aside from printing out their works and binding them in a portfolio, they must upload their works at different online portfolio sites. Below is a free infographic […]

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