The world is increasingly consuming digital products and media. As you ride the subway or dine in your favorite café, you see people on their phones, laptops, and other devices. You may notice that you are also in their position.
While everything seems to be online, does it still make sense to print a physical copy?
On the surface, people mistakenly assume that the boom in digital space means a decline in the printed business, but this is not necessarily the case. As the world becomes increasingly connected, individuals can see each other’s lives, and we crave a unique experience.
In a world where many items are online, a physical version is a customized experience. When used to its advantage, it can position a marketer or a business ahead of the rest.
The online space is accessible and highly connected – everyone can receive a digital softcopy of a material that does not always have a high cost. But, if you take the customer’s experience forward, you can differentiate by providing printed versions to engage the different senses: their sight, tactile, and sometimes olfactory.
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