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How to print postage of many types stamps directly from your home

How to Print Postage of many types Stamps Directly From Your Home!

With the Internet and computer industry continuing to boom in all directions, it was just a matter of time that you would be able to print postage stamps from your very own computer. No longer do you have to waste time going to purchase postage stamps. You can now print postage stamps from your printer with no special hardware required and be on your way to delivering your package in no time. So how does it work you may ask?

As mentioned, there is no special hardware required to print postage stamps. All you need is a Microsoft window operating system, a laser or inkjet printer and a subscription to one of a couple different postage sites. The cost for the subscription varies from site to site. One of the more popular sites, stamps.com, offers a subscription for a low cost of $15.99/month. There are no hidden costs or unexpected fees you will receive and you are able to cancel your subscription at any time.

Many sites allow you to print postage of many types besides just stamps. You can print postage stamps, shipping labels, print directly on envelopes for a professional look and much more. This makes it convenient to get all your shipping needs taken care of directly from your home. You can print postage directly onto your envelopes now with new technology that has been made. No more do you have to worry about licking stamps.

How it works is you will use a special postage meter that is provided with your subscription to whatever site you choose. This will help you calculate the rates between first class, priority, express, media mail, and international mail. With this new technology, you can now print postage and purchase stamps 24 hours a day all from your computer.

You can try to print postage stamps with a free trial before you purchase a subscription. This allows you to test out the new technology and determine whether it is for you or not. With the extreme ease and convenience, more and more people are beginning to print postage as opposes to purchasing stamps outside of the home.

The billing cycle works very similar to a bank account. When you’re billing cycle ends, the site will calculate your monthly service fee according to your service plan, and charge your credit card. You can save up to 80% compared to the cost of the traditional postage meter.

With the new online print postage feature, more and more people are becoming familiar with it and trying it out. With all of the features and advantages you will find, it is guaranteed that you will love saving yourself a trip to the post office. All that is left for you to do now is to get started with your risk-free trial.

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How to get a job in the next 30 days

How to Get a Job in the Next 30 Days

“Besides, if you’re going to work 40+ hours per week somewhere, shouldn’t you be passionate about it?”

The Strategy: Be Passionate

First, here’s the strategy. Be passionate and enthusiastic about your next job and it will be very hard for a prospective employer to not hire you. Think about it: do you want to work with someone who loves their job or is there just to collect a paycheck? Do you want to work with someone who is excited about their role or someone who resents it? The answer is obvious yet so few people infuse this energy into what they’re doing. Find a job, a company, a role or a team that you can bring enthusiasm to and you are destined to get the job. Of course, feigning enthusiasm may not work, so here are the steps to finding your passion and your next job.

Step 1: Know Where You Want To Work

This may be the hardest part for most job seekers: where do you want to work. Start by defining the environment you thrive in. Do you like large offices or small offices. Do you like working in big companies or little ones. Do you like interacting with people or do you prefer machines. Can you sit at a desk all day or do you want to be out and about. Ask yourself questions about the environment that makes you happy and once you’ve answered those questions, go find the companies that offer those environments. You don’t have to stick to the industry you came from either – just find the companies whose environments you can thrive in.

Step 2: Get To Know Your New Employer

Imagine this… You’ve just met your dream girl or dream guy (or dream rockstar, sports star, movie star, etc). If you had a chance to go on a date with them, wouldn’t you know everything you could possibly know about them before the date? Personally, I would find out what their favorite food, color and cologne was, whether they liked nightlife or museums, etc. The same thing applies to your next job.

Anything you can find out about your dream company will help you land your next role. Scour their website and find out how the company was founded, what their core beliefs are, what products they offer, the markets they serve, who is on their team, etc. Call people who work at the company and invite them to lunch so you can ask them about the company culture and what they think about the company. Get to know your future company and that knowledge will naturally come out as enthusiasm when you interview and ultimately work there.

Step 3: Write A Winning Cover Letter and Resume

Wait! Don’t stop reading. I know most people get hung up on the resume and cover letter part but that’s because most people don’t really know what the purpose of a resume is and how to build one. A resume has one, and only one purpose: to get you an interview. That’s it. Resumes cannot truly show you off, nor can they tell your life story, so only put the details into your resume that will show the employer benefits and get you the interview. “Benefits” is the key word here. Don’t say that you managed a team of 10 people, instead say that you “develop, manage and lead teams to deliver projects on time”. Don’t say that you were responsible for business development and sales, instead say “grew revenues by 15%” or “built new relationships with ten key partners”, etc. Show benefits that people can relate to, not roles and responsibilities that people must interpret.

Second, your cover letter needs to show your enthusiasm. Tell your future employer that you want to be on their team and give them a good reason to want to at least interview you. For example, I once wrote to a prospective employer the following in the closing paragraph of my cover letter:

“I know I belong working among internet technologies. And after discovering that you are seeking to grow a practice dedicated to emerging technologies such as web-integration and sophisticated reporting systems, I find it difficult to maintain a professional appearance while communicating the excitement I have in finding you.”

Not only did I get an interview, but I got the job and received a salary that was 50% higher than the job I was leaving.

Step 4: Do The Job During The Interview

I once read an article in Fast Company magazine that said the best way to interview was to do the job during the interview. Seemed like a crazy idea, because how do you do the job when you don’t even have the job? Turns out to be one of the best ideas I’ve ever heard and it is really not that hard to do. There are two things that all employers want in a job candidate: the proven ability to think and the proven ability to learn. Thus to do the job during an interview means you need to demonstrate your ability to think and learn.

Here’s an example. Earlier this year we hired a new VP of Sales and Marketing. When he sent us his cover letter and interviewed, he was constantly doing the job as though he already had it. His letter spoke about his goals for our company – to increase our revenues (you would be amazed at how many sales people just want a job and don’t even mention that they would serve to increase our revenues!). In the interview he spoke about how he would achieve that goal – how he would transform and build our sales process.

Doing the job during your interview means to bring your ideas out and to ask learning questions that engage in the role. Don’t ask about salary; ask about the role and the process of doing that role.

There’s a lot more to be said about interviewing skills, which I’ll save for another article, but these four steps can land your dream job in the next 30 days if you apply them. It simply comes down to you finding passion for your next role and employer and showing it through your enthusiasm and positive attitude. If you can display this type of energy, you will definitely find your next job. Besides, if you’re going to work 40+ hours per week somewhere, shouldn’t you be passionate about it?

PS – For those of you who want a winning resume template and my tips for crafting your resume, email me and I will send you my resume Package for free. rwalker@efficientCEO.com.

Thanks for reading,

Richard Walker                                                                                                       (CEO/President of Quikforms)


(Blog: www.EfficientCEO.com)

(Website: www.Quikforms.com)

Introducing five styles of presentation binding

Introducing Five Styles of Presentation Binding

This overview is intended to enable you the see the scope of products you have at your disposal with which to meet all your binding needs. It will provide an overview of five lines of binding systems, with numerous models in each group, providing solutions to the ever-growing need to package documents. Some of these options are very different from each other and others have small subtle differences.

They are:

1. Wire Binding – Twin Loop wire binds document up to 250 sheets of 20# bond
2. Plastic Coil Binding – Color Coil binds documents up to 265 sheets of 20# bond
3. Plastic Comb Binding – GBC plastic binding binds up to 425 sheets of 20# bond
4. Strip Binding – GBC SureBind / GBC Velobind binds documents up to 750 sheets of 20# bond
5. Thermal Binding – Therm-A-Bind binds documents up to 520 sheets of 20# bond

The following is a brief description of each product:

1. Wire Binding:
Twin Loop wire provides one of the newest methods of binding for those requiring open-flat/lay-flat capabilities and security of bind, PLUS a high-tech image. The finished Twin Loop document uses flush-cut covers (the covers are the same size as the paper – usually 11″; x 8-1/2″;) to present a neat, attractive and professional means of finishing written communications. The Twin Loop metal loops encircle the document completely and crimp together to hold securely. Even though wire binding has been used by trade binderies for years, there previously was no easy way to move this technique into the office. The equipment previously available was expensive and cumbersome.

2. Plastic Coil Binding:
Colorcoil coil binding also provides open-flat / lay flat capabilities and security of bind, with it’s bright, trendy image. The plastic coils continuously spin through the punched document, adding zip to the appearance. Color Coil documents use flush-cut covers to present a neat, attractive and professional finished document.

Both wire and coil binding are recommended by many advertising agencies and graphic designers when the customer is looking for a unique binding style as well as a method that allows the document to open flat, lay flat and wrap around. An added benefit is that these two products hold up well when documents are sent through the mail.

3. Plastic Comb Binding
GBC was the innovator of desktop binding systems, starting with the introduction of Plastic Comb binding in 1947. Plastic Comb binding (trademarked by GBC as Cerlox and Sure-Lox) is a versatile and easy method of securing written communications, providing open-flat / lay-flat capabilities with the added benefit of the ability to frequently, easily edit the document. The plastic comb binding element can be opened and closed over and over again. The covers usually used for Plastic Comb binding are usually slightly oversized, 11-1/4″; x 8-3/4″, to prevent dog-earing of the contents.

In addition, comb binding spines can be customized by printing on the backbone of the binding elements. This type of customization allows for easy recognition of documents while on the reader’s shelf. This customization provides an economical form of advertising, making plastic comb bindings unique from all other elements available.

4. Strip Binding:
GBC’s Strip Binding systems, marketed under the names SureBind and Velobind, create documents of distinction. The tamper resistant hot knife process seals and rivets the binding comb and receiving strip together, increasing the security of confidential documents so no unauthorized additions or deletions can be made. Strip Binding is also bound with flush-cut covers for a professional-looking document.

In addition to the image and security benefits of Strip Binding, only three different sized elements cover documents ranging from 2 to 750 sheets of 20# bond paper, reducing the amount of inventory needed, FYI, 750 sheets equates to 3 inches of paper!

5. Thermal Binding:
The Thermal Binding system creates impressive, professional, perfect-bound documents, with no visible, mechanical fasteners. Bind from 2 sheets to approximately 520 sheets of 20# bond paper in just seconds.

The wrap-around Therm-A-Bind cover incorporates a pre-applied, heat-activated adhesive; which insures a secure, tamper-resistant bind every time. Because the cover totally wraps around the document, the backbone is ideal for customization / identification so the document is recognizable.

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