Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Rubber Stamps Still Popular in Tech Age

Despite the rise of high-tech and all kinds of cheap office printing methods, rubber stamps still are in use by an estimated 75% of all businesses. Rubber stamps have been around since the mid-18th century, yet still provide business with a simple, effective way to mark documents.

The primary uses for rubber stamps are for return-addressing envelopes and other packages (ebay users love them) and for marking bills and invoices paid. The popular PAID stamp can be found in a majority of offices, with or without the date function.

In the age of high-tech, there are still low-tech marking solutions aplenty, such as pens and markers of all colors and varieties, yet the rubber stamp remains one of the most popular and easy-to-use choices for all kinds of businesses.

Any business can benefit from the proper use of custom rubber stamps and they can be easily ordered online at RubberStamps.Net.

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