Twitter for printers … Markzware, developer of FlightCheck, the preflight software to check documents for quality assurance before printing, explains how printers can get started with Twitter, a micro-blogging site, and discuss preflight with other print professionals when checking out Markzware on Twitter:
How do I interact with other printers, graphic designers, prepress industry professionals, publishers of newspapers, books, magazines, and more? How do I create an exciting page for Twitter users to view? Markzware, the publisher of FlightCheck preflight software, answers these questions in this video tutorial on how printers and people in the print media industry can get active in the Twitter community and benefit from this excellent resource for showing how printing industry members can participate in social networking:
Twitter for Printers
Printing industry members can discuss FlightCheck, printing methods and more with Markzware on Twitter
Getting involved with online social networks is key to keeping current and, as a communication medium, Twitter.com is actively used to improve business in the printing industry. FlightCheck is also a valuable resource for the printing industry, saving time and money during preflight in the print workflow. FlightCheck is available via the FlightCheck page.