We live in a consumer-driven society. Our world is full of beautiful pictures, flashy graphics and readily available products. You need all these things to even step foot into the marketplace, let alone compete there. CDʼs are still the best marketing tool that an up-and-coming artist can have.
Whether you are in a band or working your way up as a public speaker, you need to put a physical product in the hands of the people you are trying to reach.
Sure, people can watch your music videos and webinars on YouTube. They can download your album and learn all about you on your website. The internet has made it easy to be digitally accessible to anyone at the touch of a button. Websites, social media and online videos are all good avenues for getting your name out there. In fact, you almost canʼt become successful anymore without those things.
However, studies have shown that marketing is most effective when it involves objects that people can physically touch.
People like to see live bands and hear motivational speakers in person because it draws them in. There is a physical sensation that the audience gets to take part in that canʼt be found in a download, no matter how high quality it is. CDʼs offer fans the chance to own a piece of the magic you are creating on stage. They get to hold it in their hands, marvel at the words and graphics you used and then they get to share it with their friends. How is that for marketing?
So, can you afford to cut corners when it comes to your CD?
One of the worst things you can do is to create a CD with amazing sound and then slip it into a plain paper sleeve with a plastic window. Even if you are a great graphic artist with a brilliant art concept, that brilliance wonʼt last long if you print it on low quality paper with mediocre ink. You need professionally printed CD covers and inserts if you want to look professional.
The good news is, if you add up the cost of the paper, and all the ink needed to print CD covers and compare that amount to the prices that JG Imprinters offers you will find that you may be spending less in the long run for your custom printed CD covers than you would for lower quality prints at home. Take a look at what JG Imprinters has to offer.
CD inlays with perforations are printed on high quality paper with a glossy finish. The inlays provide the graphics for the cover and the back of your CD. They are perforated so that when they wrap around there is a perfect edge and a professional look to the title on the side of the CD.
CD inserts are for the extras you want to add to your CD. They are also printed on high quality, glossy paper. These inserts are great for song lyrics, band member bios, contact information or anything else you can think of. Choose from one, two or three folded panels.
Visit the Wholesale Color site and use the handy pricing calculator there to find out how much you can save on your custom prints today.