Stamps have been used from a long time ago, but rubber stamp is the one discovered later on around the 1800s. Ever since, people have always used rubber stamps as it is far more convenient than stone, metal, or other stamp materials that were used to be used in the past.
A rubber stamp might look and feel very conventional, but even in this digital era, it still has a lot of benefits that you should not miss out on, especially if you are a business owner.
1. Help You Organize Better
Working means a lot of documents are involved, and they can get really messy. Of course, you need to organize and arrange them properly. A rubber stamp can really help you with this. You can stamp the papers and put them into groups much easier and without confusion. It appears neater, and it is easier to do compared to having to write down on each paper.
It is especially important to mark your papers such as invoices and other documents. You can make rubber stamps that say “faxed”, “paid”, “original”, or other necessary words to help you organize your documents better.
2. Saves Time
Working through a large stack of documents surely seems daunting especially if you have to do repetitive work such as signing each and every one of them. It takes a lot of time, it gets you weary, and perhaps in the middle of the way, you will lose focus and make a mistake. Moreover, some of the signatures that you write on the paper won’t look very neat. With a rubber stamp, you don’t have to worry. It helps you work a lot faster because all you have to do is press down the stamp onto the piece of paper and there you have it. You will save time, energy, and be sure that the result is always perfect.
3. Heightens Brand Awareness
Making your company logo or slogan as a rubber stamp can really help you in increasing brand awareness just by simply stamping it onto your letters along or without a letterhead. Or, you can also do it on your envelopes.
Other than that, you can also choose to make a call to action rubber stamp that says things to engage with your customers such as “follow us” along with the social media of your brand that people can find to keep in touch with you and your products as well as services.