Communicating Print Content Updates

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This only applies to those who have the “Master Package,” so if you’re a “Web Deluxe” member, we would encourage you to upgrade for only $350/month more! There are a huge number of benefits.

 

Here, we’ll walk through how you can send us updates to your bulletin, newsletter, sermon series art, flyers, or any other print material we regularly send you.

 

USING OUR MEMBERS PORTAL

Using your members portal is recommended. That’s why we developed it! You can log in here, or if you’re already logged in, you can find the portal here.

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To send us updates or changes that you’d like reflected in your print material, all you have to do is log in to the portal, click on “updates” and scroll down to “content updates.” Here you can fill out all the information you have, leave us some notes, upload whatever files you may have, and click “update.” From here, one of our team members will get in touch with you, we will change your print material and make a finished copy available for download by the requested date so that it can be printed.

 

USING EMAIL OR PHONE

If you’d rather communicate via email or phone, that’s fine! Just get in touch with us, letting us know what you need updated or changed as well as when you need the file, and one of our team members will make it happen.

 

TIMELINE AND EXPECTATIONS

Firstly, we don’t print material and ship material–because we feel like this is something that companies always charge a huge markup on, and we’d rather you be able to find someone local or be able to do it in house–and we’ll help you with that. We provide high resolution, vector artwork that you can print wherever you’d like. As a result, we recommend all churches plan to send out updates for things like a bulletin or newsletter at least 3 days in advance so that they can have it in enough time to print it out in house. If they are sending a job to a printer (like a flyer or poster), we recommend they notify us well in advance so that they have plenty of time to send the job off.

Nate Smith

Lead Developer and CEO

I am a web developer and designer, as well as a husband and father. I grew up in the Boston, MA area and will forever be a Bostonian. I'm passionate about building sites that look great, are easy to navigate, and that work really well on all devices. The languages I work with most are PHP and MySQL, Javascript, HTML5, and CSS--but I also have experience with Ruby, Linux and ASP. The applications I use on a regular basis are Adobe CC, Sublime Text, and PHPStorm.

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