You can use postcards as marketing tools and even as gifts. Use coupon codes and unique contact details, such vanity URLs or phone numbers. This will allow you to track the success of your postcard campaign.
For the best results, use professional design software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Ensure that your saved artwork file adheres to all the items on our checklist. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend using our professional in-house design services. We also offer design templates should you need further assistance.
What Can I Expect?
To give you get exactly what you need, Printulu enables you to customise your postcard printing and guarantees you the best quality. We offer a number of options for you to configure your postcards. This is in terms of size, materials, colour, and other finishes to ensure they meet your needs. Printulu also ensures that your postcards reach you safely and in time. The best part? Our standard delivery is completely free of charge!
170gsm paper is the best choice for premium paper at an affordable price. This is suitable for postcards that you use for direct mail campaigns. This is because a large number can be printed at an affordable price.
250gsm paper gives your postcards a strong and premium touch and is ideal for premium branding collateral. 250gsm paper is great if you want postcards that are more robust against folds and worn edges.
350gsm paper is our most premium paper that we currently offer. Due to its extra strong and solid touch, it has an impact of utmost quality and durability. In other words, if you want to leave a particular professional impression 350gsm paper is your best choice.
Lamination involves covering your postcards in a thin plastic film to protect them against water damage, scuffs, and worn edges. Lamination adds elegance and quality to your postcards, and also emphasises highly brilliant colour effects.
Do you provide mailing services?
No, unfortunately we do not. We will deliver the postcards to you free of charge, but where they go from there is up to you. We recommend consulting with your current courier company to determine if they offer this service.