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Friday, 29 October 2010

Calling all Charities: FREE Quality Printing

Expenses rising when running a charity, mean funds dwindling. So, donations that charities work so hard to accumulate can be significantly reduced on running costs.

Neil Forrest, director of the popular is running Print for Links, a campaign to exchange links for free printing. If you have a little space for a link in your homepage, you can get thousands of pounds worth of printing. He is calling on charities, local or nationwide to take up his offer.

Neil wanted to do something to help charities who typically rely heavily on printing for their promotional material. “With the rising cost of paper and materials,” he declared, “printing costs can be astronomical.” For a smaller charity it can be disastrous.

“As a printer, the best way we can support charities is by doing what we do best...printing,” explains Neil. “At we are offering printing free of charge for charities which have a good page ranking and following.” All he asks in exchange is a link to his top ranking site from their home page. “A simple text link will do, nothing fancy.”

For charities with a page ranking lower than 5, Neil can still help them by offering discount codes, to include their supporters with commission to the charity for every order placed.

If a charity doesn’t know its page ranking, it’s an easy process to explain and Neil can talk anyone through if they get stuck. For more information contact Neil on: m. 07921 308 799 or T: 0207 566 5090;
posted by Radio Jackie News Team @ 9:09 pm  

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