How to make cheap booklet printing jobs? It is not only a printing technical problem, but a budget problem in our opinion. Each customer has specific budget for certain cheap booklet printing jobs. They may require lower unit price but ask for deluxe specifications. Although we are a good and professional advicer to save the costs, but soemtimes our esteemed customers DO NOT want to compromise between the specifications and budget.
We have to keep profit margins and offer our professional comments. But firstly our customers do not want to compromise, so it is not an option to reduce the weight of paper. They think it is very important for them to keep all cheap booklet printing jobs but high quality. We have the last option to optimize the imposition. Sometimes it is very hard for our customers to understand why the price could be reduced even if there are two or three pages added. But actually when two or three pages are added as our advices, there will be no loose pages or partial form, any way full form is helpful to reduce the prices.
This refers to the method of using registered dating by the postal service, a notary, public or other highly trusted source to date intellectual ownership, thereby helping to establish that the material has been in one??s possession since a particular time. The concept is based on the notion that, in the event that such intellectual property were to be misused by a third party, the poor-mans copyright would at least establish a legally-recognised date of possession before any proof which a third party may possess. The PMC was originally used by authors who sent copies of their own work to themselves through the mail without opening the envelopes in the hope that it would grant them legal protection by establishing a date at which the work was created. Use of this method may not hold up in a court as it is simple for individuals to pre-send envelopes which can then be used later by placing the materials inside.
In Western Europe in countries with no central copyright registration authority, it can be difficult for an author to prove when their work was created. The Dutch governments copyright website notes that one can help demonstrate ownership of copyright by sending yourself a copy of cheap booklet printing in a sealed envelope, and keep it sealed upon receipt. Be sure that there is a date stamped on the envelope. One can also deposit a copy with the taxation bureau or a notary for the same purpose. The United Kingdom Patent Office says that, it may help copyright owners to deposit a copy of their work with a bank or solicitor or send a copy of their work to themselves by special delivery (which gives a clear date stamp on the envelope), leaving the envelope unopened on its return; this could establish that the work existed at cheap booklet printing. (Further details of special delivery will be available at Post Offices.) The flaws are that there is no provision in copyright law regarding any such type of protection and Poor Mans Copyright is therefore not a substitute for registration if you have real copyright concerns.