Sunday, July 1, 2018

Toner Cartridge Recycling Facts

Recycling your toner cartridges, obsolete computers, monitors, printers, and other office equipment makes a positive impact the environment.  If you’re overwhelmed, choose one item to recycle. For example, your toner cartridges. Check out these facts about ink and toner cartridge recycling:

  • Each year over 375 million empty cartridges end up in landfills or incinerators. 
  • Up to 97% of materials making up printer cartridges can be recycled or reused, making them eco-friendly!
  • In remanufactured/compatible toner cartridges the oil consumption is reduced from 3/4 liters of oil per cartridge to almost ZERO!
  • An estimated 11 MILLION gallons of oil can be saved in 7 months of ink cartridge recycling!

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Reduce Your Environmental Footprint with Toner Cartridge Recycling

If you’re like most businesses, you generate e-waste on a regular basis. Perhaps you’ve been storing your e-waste until you find a suitable, inexpensive source for disposal. One day you’ll find that you need space and your recyclable materials end up in a landfill.  “Next time,” you say, “we’ll recycle.”

Wouldn’t it be great to have someone pick up your e-waste for FREE? You could reduce your environmental footprint and save money! Now’s the time to learn more!

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Printer Cartridges: Can a Toner Cartridge Save You Money?

Laser printers and their toner cartridges can cost more.  However, it’s important to consider the long-term cost savings.  Toner cartridges will print more pages than an ink cartridge and often have a lower cost per page.  Also, determine whether or not you want to print in color or if monochrome printing (black ink or toner only) will suit your needs. Monochrome laser printing can cost considerably less than printing in color.  Be sure to read the product specifications to determine if this is the best option for you.

Learn more about printer cartridges here!

Friday, June 1, 2018

Printer Cartridges: The Difference Between Toner and Ink Cartridges

When your office printer decides to stop working in the middle of a project and you seek out new options for a new printer, the number of options and the technical terms can be overwhelming. The most common reply to your question is “Do you want a laser printer or an inkjet printer?”  You think to yourself, “Beats me, what’s the difference? I just want my report to look good!” Some of the technology can be quite complex, but we’ll keep the answer straight forward and simple.

Laser printers use a specialized process involving an electrical charge, to apply color to a page.  A toner cartridge, rather than ink cartridge is used for this process. Learn more here!

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

3 ideas to boost your Ann Arbor business!

Customer referrals are always welcome.  Why not take this a step further and give your customers a way to SHOW your brand with items they can use daily? People love useful stuff, and custom adhesive labels and stickers can travel!  Check out these three ideas to boost your brand:

1.  Laptop Stickers – Laptops are everywhere!  A creative design will get your brand noticed everywhere laptops travel. Take this a step further and develop a new sticker every quarter, making them collectible!  What a great way to develop a brand community! 

2.  Calendar Stickers – These are great as giveaways to customers to keep your brand and contact information in view. Share these with your customers, employees, and friends!

3.  Business Card Stickers – You can stick these on products, correspondence, and samples. They’re a great addition to any trade show booth!

Think your business could use a boost by tapping into a new audience?  Experience our friendly and convenient service and grow your business with custom adhesive labels from Michigan Computer Supplies.  

Our customers love on-demand delivery for their custom product labels.  We store your label inventory and provide what you need when you need it!  

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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Promote Your Ann Arbor Business with Custom Adhesive Labels

Do you want to boost your marketing campaign?

Are you eager to tap into a new audience?

Want to generate excitement for your brand?

“We are getting the word out there,” you say, “but we’re still not “known.”  “People don’t seek us out as a brand.  Our sales are lagging on our other great products.”

Wouldn’t it be great to attract a new audience to your brand?  Imagine having a brand that people think “I like this product and company! I wonder what else they offer?”

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Monday, April 9, 2018

Basics of Custom Product Label Design

You’ve taken the time to define your customer, company, and product.  This valuable information can be used to design a custom product label that your customers are sure to find!  Now it’s time to design your label.  
Here’s the basics!

1) The front of the label is typically more general in nature, and may include your logo, product name, tag line or product description, and quantity. 

2) Provide more detail on the back, including product description, company or product story, instructions for use, ingredients, barcode, and other relevant information.

3)  Keep in mind that the size of the label will drive the font size and amount of information presented.  The words must be readable!  The style, size, and color of the font all contribute to the readability.  If it’s too elaborate or small, your efforts may be wasted. The contrast between the color of the font and background also impacts readability. A light font needs to paired with a darker background for optimal readability.  For example, a label with light-yellow wording against a medium yellow background is sure to frustrate anyone who attempts to read it.  Whereas a label with light-yellow wording against a dark blue background is easier to read given the level on contrast.