Tweak.com Launching Design-to-Print Solution
NEW YORK/KILLORGLIN, IRELAND—June 9, 2011—Tweak.com, the go-to site for design online, has announced the launch of its design-to-print store for printers. Tweak Printer enables printers of all sizes to enter the fast-growing Web-to-print market and create an additional revenue stream for their business.
Tweak Printer, which launches in mid July/early August 2011, is a design-to-print store that printers can set up in just one week with no capital investment, no web development resource and no set up charge. This easy-to-use solution offers printers access to a library of creative content with over 500,000 designs.
Printers can get one month’s free access to graphic designs on Tweak.com when you sign up to Tweak Printer by July 1, 2011. To sign up, simply call the free phone number (888) 907-9078 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tweak Printer is differentiated from the crowded Web-to-print segment by its unique breadth of creative content for print materials across 60 products—ranging from newsletters and business cards to brochures and large-format displays—is a game changer for local printers. Unlike many other ‘storefront’ solutions that have little or no content, Tweak Printer is a real one-stop shop for design and print. printers previously faced costs of upwards of $1 million to create a full Web-to-print solution and are still faced with the challenge of constantly creating new creative solutions for graphic design.
Small- and medium-sized printers, that were previously priced out of the market by the cost of creating a fully integrated Web-to-print solution, as well as the ongoing cost of creating new content, can now participate in this rapidly growing area.
As Jerry Kennelly, CEO and founder of Tweak.com, points out, “Tweak Printer is a game changer for small printers and we are very excited about the possibilities it opens up to the print market. There are no set up costs, requires no Web development and allows local printers to set their own pricing.”