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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Granted, the English language can be very confusing. The examples below have all managed to confuse the spellings of one word with another, and have in turn changed the meaning of the sentences! “No bikes aloud in our shop” “Organise … Continue reading
Calling all those who use stationery at work…. when was the last time that you updated your stationery? It’s very easy to forget to check your literature which means that it may contain different telephone numbers, job titles and even … Continue reading
A contender for the most pointless sign, perhaps? …..
Here at Solopress we are always keen to keep our fingers on the pulse, and so we were interested to hear the findings of a recent survey on the Power of Print, conducted by Print Week. The comprehensive study asked … Continue reading
The wrong wording on your business literature can turn your business from an appealing offering to a place that your customers would want to avoid. The examples below illustrate this: An airline ticket office: “We take your bags and send … Continue reading
It is a well known fact that many businesses struggle to achieve good sales in the first quarter of the year, however there are small steps that can be taken to help get your business message across, and hopefully boost … Continue reading
Even the big boys get it wrong sometimes: this poster is a fine example of why we need to proof read our work.
Kick start the new year with a targeted marketing campaign, by using some of the dates below to promote your business. January 4th – World Braille Day 23rd-29th – Farmhouse Breakfast Week 25th – Burns Night 26th-27th – Big Garden … Continue reading