1. Market Your Business – Part 2

    Partner with Other Companies Find sister companies in your area that will supplement what you do. If you’re a fitness center targeting health-conscious professionals, you could partner with a juice bar down the street. If you’re an accounting firm working with small-business owners, partner with a marketing business in your town. Finding other companies you can direct clients to and that will …Read More

  2. 5 ways to have a food truck at your wedding

    Wake up call  Start your day by having brunch driven in before everyone gets dressed up. Breakfast burritos, pastries, coffee and juices will make everyone smile, and you’ll make sure everyone’s eaten before the ceremony. Between the scenes  If there’s lag time between your ceremony and reception, bring in the food trucks! Treat guests carnival-theme treats like pronto pups, giant pretzels…Read More

  3. Ways to Market Your Business – Part 1

    Everyone’s pushing online marketing today — and with good reason, since being seen online is a crucial part of any effective marketing strategy today. There’s just one problem with this online focus: unless it’s paired with other offline strategies, it’s not as effective as it could be. See, here’s the thing: sometimes in the name of search marketing, email marketing, social media and …Read More

  4. 6 Business Card tips

    Many people overlook the value of having a professional business card that accurately reflects your brand image, yet this small piece of paper can be an important part of your collateral package. It's often the first item prospects receive from you, so it's your first opportunity to make a strong, positive impression on them. The preponderance of do-it-yourself online business-card printing compan…Read More

  5. Blue Dog is GREEN!

    Blue Dog is GREEN! At Blue Dog graphics we recycle paper and boxes.  We also lower our carbon impact on the world by installing new energy efficient LED lighting and buying Energy Star rated equipment. If you have paper or boxes to recycle please bring it down and we will recycle it for you at no charge.  If you have 8 1/2" x 11" paper that is printed on one side bring it in and we will make mem…Read More

  6. Super Bowl and snow

    Wow, that was a great game last night.  Did you watch it.  I love games like that.  It could have gone either way right down to the last seconds. And today snow, snow and more snooooooow.  I have had enough snow for this year.  I am ready for Spring.  What about you?  Everyone is off and no one is thinking about printing and copying.  Oh well.  Well, I hope everyone gets home safely.…Read More

  7. The Most Expensive Business Card

    A good customer came into me today and placed a new order.  He handed me his business card before he left.  I stated to give it back to him and tell him that I had all his contact information.  After all I also printed his business cards for him.  He told me that "the most expensive business card is the one ypou do NOT give out.  He gives his card to everyone. I stopped to think about it.  H…Read More

  8. NO CoST advertising idea

    How would you like to have your customers pay you to carry around your advertising? “Are you are crazy, no one would ever do that!” you are probably saying to yourself.  At Blue Dog Graphics we sell a promotional product that you are probably carrying around right now in your pocket or purse that you could buy for under a dollar and sell for anywhere from $1.00 to $1.89.  It is something tha…Read More

  9. Beefsteak Dinner

    Join Blue Dog Graphics and the Hackensac Regional Chamber of Commerce for a fun night.  Meet great people in a relaxed atmosphere where casual dress is the order of the day.    Bring your co-workers, significant other and friends.   https://hackensackchamber.org/Events.aspx?ob=FF154635-A243-41CD-BA0E-88AB41977A6A…Read More

  10. Save Money on Printing Costs

    By now you’ve heard the claim that at close to $4731 per gallon, printer ink is more expensive than vintage Champagne, rare whiskey, and Russian caviar. PCWorld reported on that almost ten years ago, and not much has changed since. These days, printer ink will still run you about $20 to $35 per minuscule cartridge, each yielding 400 to 1000 printed pages. In fact, unlike everything else in the w…Read More