What Is Bleed?

What Is Bleed
Bleed is a term used in the print industry to define a document which has color rack cardsand/or graphics that extend off the edge of the page. The excess color will be trimmed off so that there is no white margin around the document edges. When a product has bleed, it must be printed on a larger sheet than the finished trimmed size. 

We use the industry standard of 1/8″ (.125″) on all four sides.  

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Variable Data

With Variable Data Printing (VDP), we customize every mail piece unique to the recipient. You can vary the text or graphics to be printed on individual print pieces in a large print run. Therefore, VDP easily allows your message to be catered to each and every recipient. Such personalized one-to-one marketing approach helps you break through the clutter and appeal to each customer as an individual to get noticed first. It’s an ideal solution for direct-mail pieces, promotional flyers, event promotions, or any other type of product where you want to speak “directly” to your customer, even if it’s just making creative use of their name. Since response rates are generally higher with VDP, you can mail smaller quantities and still achieve better results than sending out a large static message mailing.

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