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where can I get like nice packaging for physical products?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by mollah, May 7, 2009.

  1. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    Sorry I wasn't sure which section to post this in.

    Say I'm selling a physical product (as opposed to an ebook). Where can I get a nice, high quality customized package to put it in to mail it to help increase the customer's perception of a high quality item? Like custom printed boxes or folders or envelopes or that kind of thing.

    I'm thinking maybe spending a few bucks on packaging could allow me to increase my price by 4-5 times that much.

    Right now I just mail it in a US Mail priority mail folder. And then they open it and my product is inside. I want something better so when they take it out of the priority mail folder, instead of seeing the product, they see some classy packaging.

    Hope i'm explaining well.
     
  2. hunter54321

    hunter54321 Newbie

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    I honestly dont think it would be worth it. Too much hassle, I would stick with ebook.
     
  3. mollah

    mollah Power Member

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    I've been selling this physical book for 8 years online (since back before eBay started to suck... I used to sell a lot on eBay).

    I'm keeping it a physical book because it's better that way. I just want to spice it up a bit.
     
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    bl4ck1ce Regular Member

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    is good for distribution, but for printing, any print-on-demand publisher could make you a nice looking book.

    check Lulu & iUniverse.. Kunaki is good for products that can be shipped on CD/DVD, I've used them before; very pleased with the quality.