Thursday, February 6, 2014

Try it Thursday Review & Giveaway {Printkeg.com}

I'm thrilled to introduce another fabulous week of
"Try it Thursday & Review."
 
Today, I'm excited to tell you all about an awesome company called,
 
PrintKeg.com.
 
 

The Cheap Online
Printing Company

Thousands of people love Printkeg.http://www.printkeg.com/ Start smiling today.
250 Business Cards for only $10 all week.
Our cheap flyer and poster prints are amazing.
Rich colors, premium papers and low prices are
backed by an industry-leading 100% guarantee.
 


About:

This company was founded in 2008 with the goal of becoming the premiere destination for cheap online flyer printing. Our unwavering focus on superior customer service has allowed us to expand our online printing to include posters, postcards, booklets and so much more. We promise that you’ll find the absolute best service and the best prices for online printing here at PrintKEG.com!

Our cheap printing company is unique in two very important ways. First, our customer service experience is highly personal. The PrintKEG staff is easy to reach, very flexible and accommodating to deadlines. Our staff strives to ensure each and every customer is 100% happy with every aspect of our company. Second, we focus on small print projects which is why we provide many low quantity options so inexpensively. Artists, graphic designers, small business owners and print brokers can consistently depend on our printing services and low prices.
 
In my opinion:
 
In the past, I've reviewed a few printing companies. However, my experience with Printkeg was different in a very positive way. First of all, Printkeg had many printing options such as booklets, flyers, large posters, postcards, shirts and small posters and much much more. I decided to get a jump start and do my son's 4th birthday party invites. After all, I already knew the birthday theme-Superheroes. I clicked on "Get started" near the top and found invitations.  I went directly to their "free card designs" section because I'm NOT a designer. It was super easy. Then I narrowed the search for Birthday-Kids. There were a few to choose from which wasn't as overwhelming. I'm a "guy" shopper. I go in the store, know what I want and leave. I wanted a simple checkout and it certainly was super easy. I chose the birthday blue card, entered the quantity, matte style and entered my text. Then the system processed the amount and I added it to my cart. I also wanted a few thank you cards so I added those to the cart in the same way. The blue guy (pictured above) told me "Nice choice." I knew it was a nice choice and appreciated the extra support. Then you go from Cart & Shipping Rate to Sign In to Billing & Shipping Info to Submit Art. I thought it was different to submit the art last but it worked out. I finalized everything and an email was sent right away.
 
"Oh shoot! I don't like the text I wrote", I thought. Well, it was super easy to change. I filled out a form to contact them and they responded right away. Then I was given a proof of my work and emailed back with my corrections. I did this a few times till I liked the end result. This wasn't their fault, it was me who kept changing times, dates, etc etc... But, I loved the end result. The writing was placed perfectly on the invite. I absolutely loved it and couldn't wait to show it to my mom. After all, moms always love seeing our creations.
 
Also, I felt that Printkeg had reasonable prices. I received the invites a couple of days ago and let me tell you...they were exactly like the proofs. I was also happy about their shipping skills!!! There was no way my invites and thank you cards would bend. They put bubble wrap on top and the cards were wrapped tightly. Wow! Another bonus to ordering from Printkeg. I felt like they really cared about me and wanted my cards to arrive safely. They certainly did. Overall, my experience with Printkeg was perfect. We all make mistakes from time to time but there were no problems.
 
Here are a few photos of my son...but before you see these photos...please note that
I'm not a professional photographer and my son doesn't like taking photos. This was the best I could do with the resources that I had.
 
 
Blurry so probably not

 
 
This one is better but he looks like a monkey in a cape.

 
I went with this photo (actually the first photo I took). I went to picmonkey.com and edited my photo.
The invite reads,
Calling all Superheroes!
Get here in a flash for
Eli's 4th Birthday Bash
 
Bring your capes and fly on over
 
I basically told them the text I wanted and they placed the words the right way. 
 
 
 
Isn't he a cutie?
 
I also was able to order some thank you cards. They were also on the free design section and are flat cards. I love how I can write my notes on the back. Perfectly simple!
 
 
 
The good news is this...THREE readers will win a $50 gift card from Printkeg. WAHOO!
 
HOW TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY?
 
 
Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
 
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