You can print your own wristbands. LaserBand® wristbands offered by My1Stop.com are easy to print wristbands that offer affordable, compatible, durable and flexible benefits. Here’s what we like about printable wristbands;
Printable wristbands are affordable. Unlike costly pre-printed wristbands, stock wristbands are inexpensive because you can order just one carton and do the printing yourself.
Printable wristbands are compatible with Standard Registers’ SMARTworks® and Patient LinkUp® software. Re-supplying with LaserBand® lowers your costs and delivery times while giving you a better – jam-free product.
LaserBand® printable wristbands are durable because of their self-laminating feature. The clear coating provided with self-laminating wristbands, protects the information you print from moisture and abrasion. A must have benefit for most health care applications.
Printable wristbands are flexible. LaserBand® in particular is available in 5 different printable wristband formats, including a single wristband with 4 to 28 service labels, depending on the format. That’s flexibility.
When you’re ready to see just affordable, compatible, durable and flexible our LaserBand® printable wristbands are, just let me know. I’ll have a free set of samples on their way to you in just 24 hours. Of course, you can order anytime – online or through customer service.
Purchasing plastic insurance cards has never been easier thanks to 3 new web tools that make online ordering as easy as a click of a button. Insurance companies can now get instant online pricing, saved quote features and reliable artwork uploads for plastic insurance card printing at My1Stop.com. – April 17, 2007
The first of three web tools is an instant online pricing interface. Insurance card buyers use a simple interface to select the features unique to plastic insurance cards. The features are selected with simple clicks. As the buyer clicks through the pricing check list, updated pricing is displayed in real time based on the quantity required and the features selected. The quantity, too, can be changed resulting in instant comparison of volume price breaks. When the buyer has the features and the price they need, they can move on to purchase online – or save their quote to share with colleagues.
“Saved quote”, the second new web tool, is a part of the “My Account” function. When the buyer clicks on “save quote” each price feature and total cost are instantly added to “My Account”. Quotes are stored indefinitely so that buyers can share pricing with colleagues – and make changes without re-starting the pricing process. A simple click on the saved quote opens the instant pricing tool so that features and quantities can be changed based on input from colleagues. Once the pricing is correct, buyers check out and upload their plastic insurance card artwork and data files.
Artwork and data file upload has been simplified and made reliable by the third new My1Stop.com web tool. The upload tool automatically ties the buyer’s price and quote to the artwork as it is uploaded. Any variable data, such as policy holder information, is also uploaded using this new tool. The upload takes place on a secure server and connection– dedicated to artwork and data uploads.
The result? A plastic insurance card printing order completed in minutes. Each order is priced instantly, saved for immediate review and securely tied to the artwork and data files when uploaded at checkout.
To see these new plastic insurance card tools in action, please visit http://www.my1stop.com.
Ready to grow your small business? It’s all about marketing. For many small businesses, the best idea is to make one person the supreme and defacto marketing manager deluxe (even if it’s only part time). This person funnels everyone’s’ ideas and puts the best ones out there to work for the business.
Here are a 5 tips to get your marketing manager deluxe started:
1. Get Some Design Help For Your Business Materials
2. Find High Quality Printing at Low Prices
3. Get Some Outside Advice On Small Business Marketing
4. Read John Jantsch’s August 06′ Blog Who Wears the Marketing Hat In Your Business?
The final, 5th tip? Most important. Stay the course and bend with the trail. Get a good but short marketing plan together and stick to it – but be willing to make changes based on results of your marketing efforts and changes in your market.
What’s your idea . . .?