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Good Ways to Use Your Stamps

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Stamp on the spine or closed pages of your books to make it unquestionablely yours. The inkpad that comes with your stamp contains special indelible ink that has met German Standard DIN ISO 14145-2. That's why your stamp will make clear and non-erasable marks on your books and will remain legible for years and years, even if subjected to direct sunlight.
Mark Your Books

Stamp on the spine or closed pages of your books to make it unquestionablely yours. The inkpad that comes with your stamp contains special indelible ink that has met German Standard DIN ISO 14145-2. That's why your stamp will make clear and non-erasable marks on your books and will remain legible for years and years, even if subjected to direct sunlight.

Personalize Your Notes

Use the stamp as a personal logo or a mysterious signature for personalizing your notes, memos, greeting cards, or letters.

Sign Your Artwork

More and more artists doing Chinese painting with watercolor prefer Good Characters stamps over traditional soapstone seals because the Good Characters stamp leaves a clear impression even on hard paper.

Authenticate Documents

Martial arts instructors and other Asian culture-related art or medical professionals authenticate certificates they issued with Good Characters stamps. A typical martial arts ranking certificate contains a school stamp (Dojo Certificate stamp), an instructor stamp (Martial Arts Master stamp), and a security stamp.

Impress Your Clients


Business professionals dealing with Chinese, Japanese, or Korean clients use Good Characters stamps to show their appreciation of Asian culture and build positive rapport. Using a stamp made with a careless name translation may backfire, leaving a wrong impression. With Good Characters' personal name translation, your clients will be impressed by your name and assume that your services are of first-class quality and you have expertise. Some of your Asian clients might suggest that the "traditional" stamp should be made with carved stone or wood. This begins a good conversation, allowing you to show that you respect the Asian culture but are not trying to show-off as if you know it all. You give your clients a chance to introduce their culture. You and your name will stand out in their mind above your competitors. And who knows... they might even give you a "real" stone-carved seal for a gift. Happily accept the gift, knowing they appreciate you as more than just a business associate. Just don't tell them that Good Characters' self-inking stamp is a lot easier to carry and use.


   

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