Sarasota, Florida (PressExposure) July 05, 2012 -- How do you stay relevant in today's market without a website? Arcade Printing of Southwest Florida, which has been servicing the Sarasota and Tampa Bay areas since 1957, is finding out first hand the importance of an online presence. They have just announced their new website at http://www.ArcadePrinting.net
No longer confined to merely brick and mortar, Arcade is finding that transitioning to the digital world is a process. Along with the new challenges, a website also brings new opportunities. Such as the ability to expand outside the geographic boundaries of their local market area.
Now, Arcade is able to offer their long-standing printing expertise to customers across the country. Consumers surfing the Internet are more particular than ever before and shoppers for printing services online expect great prices and timely service.
Arcade Printing is a full-service commercial printer and lithographer. They have large format four-color offset printing presses, yet they are positioned to offer customers short run projects such as business cards, letterhead and envelopes. In addition, Arcade offers perfing, scoring, die cutting, foiling, coating and binding. Collating and mailing are also offered in house which keeps Arcade's pricing in line with the competition.
One popular feature of the new website is Arcade's FTP file upload feature. For those with print-ready artwork, they can upload their files directly to Arcade with the user-friendly FTP file page. Sending jpeg image files and pdf documents has never been easier.
Arcade Printing has also implemented a new online chat feature. During normal business hours, customers can now get common printing questions answered almost immediately by chatting with a salesperson. In today's fast moving business environment, Arcade can now get a print quote to a website visitor within minutes.
As a complimentary service to their visitors, Arcade Printing will review your files for print compatibility at no charge. They will review the following:
1. Accurate Bleed, Safety and Trim Areas
2. Proper Print Resolution
3. Acceptable File Format (PDF, Adobe PS, InDesign or Illustrator)
4. Suitable Color Mode (CMYK over RGB)
5. Correct Panel Alignment (for jobs requiring folding)
Arcade appears to be committed to building a competitive online presence that positions them along with the major players in the printing industry.