Which are good? Which are bad?
Postcards, postcards, postcards.
Ask your penpals or ask your penpals!
(Okay, I admit that co-opting a PSA for your own nefarious purposes doesn't always work, but we can't all be Shakespeare, now can we?!)
Snail mailers, penpals, avid letter writers of the world: I need your opinion!
As you may know, I run a geek stationery shop called Please Deliver To with my best friend. We're considering switching the stock our postcards are printed on. Right now, they're printed on 350 g/m2 Premium Glossy cardstock, which makes the images on the front really pop and is a great thickness for standing up to tough mail companies throughout the world.
The problem? Any wet inks take forever to dry on the glossy stock and there's a definite smear factor if you don't wait long enough. When it comes to pen choice, you're limited almost exclusively to ballpoint pens.
So, because we want our postcards to be as awesome as possible, we need your input! Please take a few minutes to fill out our postcard survey:
What is the number 1 thing you look for in a postcard? Would you care about the limited pen option if the thickness was great and the postcard image was kick-ass? Or, would that be a deal-breaker for you because pen variety is key? PLEASE TELL US! WE AIM TO PLEASE.
We'll even make it worth your while: by filling out the survey, you'll be entered into a draw to win 10 free postcards from the store. We love to give things away at Please Deliver To, so won't you please be one of the recipients of our free stuff?