Our longer run book printing is primarily for jobs of 1000 books or more and is produced on the traditional high quality offset printing presses. Many of our customers have taken advantage of our short run book printing to test market their book’s sales potential only to re-print the book in larger quantities later on. This is a very popular strategy which minimizes the risk of ordering too many copies of your book.
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If you already know there is going to be a higher demand for your book, we encourage authors to invest in offset printing. Offset printing offers a lower cost per book when ordering in larger quantities because the setup costs are more spread out. Thus, the more you print, the lower the cost per book.