Twitter for Printers
Markzware is the publisher of FlightCheck, the preflight software to check documents for print quality assurance before printing. Markzware explains how printers can get started with Twitter, and discuss preflight with other print professionals:
Markzware also posted a blog piece titled “Twitter for Printers,” about graphic designers, printers and prepress industry professionals on Twitter, the micro-blogging site. We got a reply from an owner of a 25-year print shop (for newspaper, book and magazine printing), who asked:
“Boy, am I out of touch on Twitter! I do have a profile but I was unaware that you could create a page like Yagottaprint. How do I do this? Can I impose on you for advice in utilizing Twitter?”
Printer of Books and Magazines
The answer is in the above video. It is first of several video tutorials by the publisher of FlightCheck, the preflight software, on how printers and print-media professionals can participate on Twitter. Printers can get active in the community and benefit from this great resource for the printing industry. This is an excellent way for print industry members to learn how to participate in social networking.
Getting involved with online social networks is key in this day and age. And Twitter.com is a hot, actively used communication medium to improve print businesses. FlightCheck is also a valuable resource for the printing industry, saving time and money during prepress in the print workflow. Markzware’s preflight solution is available online via the FlightCheck page. For more printing solutions, please visit the Markzware Products page.
Twitter for Printers – Get Started