Depending on what kind of setup you are looking for. I have found Print Papa is really affordable for smaller quantity. I have also used Lighting Labels and if you put in a big order (10,000+ labels) it’ll be worth it.
I have also used Got Print but only order when there is a sale.
I have heard Sticker Mule is good but have not really worked…[Read more]
I’m not an expert on this, but if expense is a primary concern, I don’t see how pre-printing is going to match the cost of doing it at home. Commercially printing is convenient and gives you more options, but I haven’t heard anyone say it’s inexpensive.
Sorry, Carol, there never was a reply to this and I have not found any pre-printed labels that were inexpensive enough for me to switch from using my laser printer.
Maybe we’ll be lucky and these two new messages in the thread will catch the eye of someone who can point us to a good source.
I don’t know a ton about it, but from what I have gathered from talking to people:
- It’s not typically practical to offer free shipping
- It might be more lucrative to split it into two fees. For instance, a shipping fee and a separate handling fees. Experiments have showed that customers are willing to pay more when the fees are split.
- For many…
Although most states’ cottage-food laws do not allow shipping, some do. In particular, the new changes in Florida do allow shipping.
That means I am now permitted to ship my products to customers without being restricted only to farmers markets, etc.
How does one determine how to set up the shipping charges on a website? Do any of you have…[Read more]
Have you ever sat down to work on bookkeeping and your first though is “Oh no”?
Many of my clients Quickbooks are a MESS and there is no way for us to move forward until it gets cleaned up. Sometimes it never does. It is so daunting to go back and fix the past.
But what IF this didn’t have to be your story about your financial tracking? What…[Read more]
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