Print on demand is an electronic printing technology and industry method where preprinted, hard copy, or digital copies are not directly printed until the client receives an order, enabling digital prints of relatively small amounts or single copies to be made. This saves on cost and printing time, as only a single print job is required, rather than printing many to cover a large volume of customers. This method also allows the printer to offer a range of different products, including multiple copies of each document. It offers a convenient way to meet the needs of busy corporate clients. The method allows the printing company to offer various discounts and special offers, as well as the ability to make changes to existing printed documents at any time.
A Print on Demand service works by using a website, or e-commerce site, that offers a service that can be accessed by customers and orders. In this case, customers usually order hard copy documents, such as business documents or invoices, which are then printed by the website. A printed copy of the document is then sent back to the client via the website to their online address. This printed copy is what the customer is then able to view online. The method of dropshipping works by the retailer, or website owner, making money by selling either a single document or group of documents in a specified quantity. Rather than providing physical products to clients, the retailer provides the documents online, with the retailer’s name and URL being included on the document.
In order to get started with this type of service, there are only a few things you will need. First, you will need a website or e-commerce site that offers a Print on Demand option. Once this is set up, you will be ready to pick and choose your documents, or products, to sell. There are print on demand suppliers who specialize in offering just these types of documents.