So now it is over. 2015 has passed us by and we are beginning the new adventure of 2016. Was 2015 a good year? That depends, of course, on your perspective. Every year contains the events that bring us not only immense joy but also unfathomable sorrow. We can all point to them on [...]
It doesn't happen often but it happens. A job came to us that involved mailing out 3,000 chapbooks. These are books that are small enough to fit into a shirt or trouser pocket. They were to be inserted into a regular envelope along with a letter. The real challenge was to see if there [...]
WE ARE IN Do-Good.biz is now firmly planted in our new space at 1410 Energy Park Dr, Suite 9, Saint Paul, MN 55108. The move went as calmly and smoothly as we could have ever expected. Professional movers, joined by the Do-Gooders, loaded up a lot of boxes. We work with paper for a living [...]
After 9 years in one building, our company is on the move. In 2002, we started in the basement of a Northeast Minneapolis office building on Stinson Blvd, occupying a couple of rooms in the basement. Three years later we upgraded to our current building at 2300 Kennedy St NE. We have lived in this [...]
Today's note is not about the Oscar Wilde play written in the last few years of the 19th century. It is a directive for you to pay close attention to your timelines for your print/mail project. As a rule of thumb, I use the following guidelines; 4-5 days to print, 3 days to mail out, [...]
Article By Thad for Satori - Link to Satori site. There are 2 major ways that mail delivery can be comprised with an incorrect address. Here we will talk about the first way. This has to do with the named individual not residing at the street address which is on the envelope or postcard. At [...]
MAJOR CHANGES FOR SELF-MAILERS - BEGINING JANUARY 1, 2013 Major changes from the postal service are coming to self mailers. And these new regulations are going into effect the first week of January 2013. Non-compliance will mean doubling or tripling postage. "Self mailers" are pieces that are not inserted [...]
This is our first post on our new blog!