2012 Year in Review: Revisiting the Most Popular Blog Postings from the Past Year – Part 1

Written by Bill Michael
eMarketing Manager
Xerox Corporation

As the remaining days in 2012 begin to dwindle and we look ahead to the start of a new calendar year, we find ourselves amidst a very busy period of time. Personally, many of us are spending time with friends, family, and loved ones. Professionally, we are doing our best to bring a successful close to the 2012 year, while placing our aspirations and targets into a vision that we can implement as we enter 2013.
To help put a close on a very busy year, we’re counting down to the most popular blog posts from 2012. Spots 10-7 feature a drupa recap, common business card mistakes to be sure to avoid, application ideas you can implement to grow your print business, and an early-2012 preview of Xerox’s leadership position within the graphic communications industry. Enjoy!

10. What do comfortable shoes & bratwurst have in common? Well, if you’re at drupa 2012, you know!
Jeff Jacobson, President of Global Graphic Communications within Xerox, discusses the state of the print industry at drupa 2012, and shares which hot technology is capturing much of the buzz – including the Xerox CiPress™ 325 Production Inkjet System, the Xerox iGen™ 150 Press, and the IntegratedPLUS Finishing Solution for Booklets.
9. A Dozen Business Card Mistakes to Avoid:
If long after an initial meeting, you are remembered by prospects and clients based on your business card, then you will want to be sure it leaves a lasting positive impression. Check out 12 common business card mistakes you will want to avoid.
8. 3 Application Ideas For Your Shop.
Get inspired with 3 application ideas you can take into the new year! See how security imaging, experiential direct mailers, and dimensional mailers can open new opportunities for your clients and your business.
7. Xerox’s Leadership in the Graphic Communications Market.
With digital page volume estimated to reach 800 billion pages by 2013, this post features a glimpse into the technology that will make a splash in 2012.
Check back tomorrow for blog posts 6-4!

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