Know what the best thing about magazines is? Images, of course. A lot of people check out magazines for the colorful pictures and designs. Consumers are drawn toward well-crafted graphics. They are more likely to read a magazine if it contains full-color images and compelling visuals. This gives you the best opportunity to market your products and services through a custom magazine.
Here at PrintRunner, we provide top quality magazine printing services to help you impress your target consumers. With plenty of customization options to choose from, you can create the magazine that suits your preferences.
Choose from a range of paper thickness and sizes. Our inside page paper ranges from 70 lb. to 10 pt. Our cover pages are available in 70 lb. paper for a lightweight magazine to a 14 pt. cardstock for extra protection. For paper finish, you can choose from uncoated, matte or glossy. You can even customize the stitching of your magazine — saddle-stitch, wire-o, or perfect binding. The most popular sizes for our magazines are 8.5" x 11" and 5.5" x 8.5".
Promote your products and services all in one place. Send us your design now and order them to print as early as 3 business days. Start impressing your target customers today.
Lightweight paper popularly used for its excellent writability. Colors may look less saturated. Printing on final product with your own inkjet or laser printer is guaranteed compatible.
Lightweight paper used as an alternative of 100 lb. Glossy Paper to help save on postage for mailing magazines. Coated with a reflective finish that shows off vibrant colors.
Full bodied paper, coated with a reflective finish that shows off vibrant colors. Good choice for folding into magazines.
Same weight as 100 lb. Glossy Paper but coated with a dull, non-reflective finish for an understated look.
Light-weight cardstock, more durable than 100 lb. paper and is scored when folded. Coated with a reflective finish that shows off vibrant colors.
Same weight as 10 pt. glossy cardstock, but coated with a dull, non-reflective finish for an understated look and feel.
Sturdy stock without added coating. Colors may look slightly faded. Writable.
Sturdy stock coated with a reflective finish that shows off vibrant colors.
Sturdy stock with mirror-like coating for highest vibrant magazine front cover, and subtler reflective finish on the back.
Saddle stitch is the more common binding method of the two. The spine is wired from the outside going in to hold all the pages in place. Pages would have the appearance of being stapled together in the middle. The binding appears more seamless compared to wire-o since the wires are not as visible.
Wire-o binding makes use of wire hooks that are then shut after they’re inserted in punched holes along the calendar’s spine. Aside from looking more sophisticated, pages can be turned easier and can be laid flat while open.