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Using Rubber Address Stamps for a Small Business

11 September 2008 One Comment

Stamps for Start Ups


Rubber address stamps are perfect for start up and small businesses. The budget is very limited when businesses are just beginning or are very small, plus the location may be temporary. This way, rubber stamps can be used to place the return address on business envelopes and other stationery before the company is established with a more permanent address. Rubber stamps offer good value for their low cost because a quality self-inking rubber stamp can be used thousands of times before needing re-inking.


Small Business Solutions


Rubber address stamps can be customized to also include a phone number and/or web address giving small businesses even more value for their money. Self-inking rubber address stamps are also non-messy and convenient to use.


A self-inked stamp has a rubber die that hits a built in ink pad when the stamp is pressed. Self-inking rubber address stamps offer an inexpensive and non-messy way to get your company address out there. You can choose from pre-designed business address templates or get a totally custom designed company rubber address stamp. .


Inexpensive Promotion


Small businesses can maximize the use of their quality rubber address stamps by using a little imagination. Not only are these stamps great for getting the company address on brochures and product information, but you can stamp the company name and address onto employee name tags for special community events.


You can also stamp the inside front of cards and other materials you send to clients. You may also want to add a sales pitch to your rubber address stamp such as: For great value go to: www.YourWebsite.com  Be creative and choose interesting colors and fonts, but at the same time make sure the look and style made by your rubber address stamps suits your business and its branding.

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