The United States Postal Service has long been an institution in this country that seemed as though it would never change. If you needed to purchase postage or stamps to mail letters or packages you would have to drive over to the nearest USPS office, stand in horrendous lines and finally have someone help you weigh the package, fill out paperwork and finally print the postage and mail it for you. Well, thankfully times have changed and you can now do all of this in the comfort of your own home office or place of business.
The new way of shipping and mailing in the United States is by printing USPS postage online and either dropping off the package at your nearest post office or having your postal delivery carrier pick it up at your place of business or home. Best of all you don't need any fancy machines or expensive software to do this! There are a number of services online that you can sign up with today that will allow you to use your own computer, Internet connection and printer to print USPS approved postage for all of your letters and packages. If you're able to use a keyboard and are at least somewhat knowledgeable about how to get around in a Windows based computer (even Apple is fine) then you can print postage too. It's not rocket science and I'm sure I could teach my own mother to print postage online too!
One of the best places to start is by looking into the offer from the most popular site, Stamps.com. Used by thousands of businesses and individuals every day, you can print USPS approved postage either on your envelopes or onto stickers that are placed on letters or packages. The user interface (on your very own computer) is easy to navigate and it's almost like you're at the post office but in this case you're practically at USPS' online version. Whether it's regular mail postage, Priority Mail or Express Mail service you need, you can print postage for any and all of these with just a few keystrokes. Stamps.com is also offering some great deals to new users with a special $80 special offer that includes $25 in postage, a $50 digital scale, $5 in supplies and a 4-Week no obligation trial! With all of this to get you started, it simply makes sense just to try it. Think of all the savings including saving on gas to drive to the post office, discounts on postage of up to 15% off and also the time savings from standing in line and filling out USPS paperwork. Never again.
USPS' online version of their post office is the way to go for all of your shipping needs. With all of the costs in your daily routine going up (energy costs are skyrocketing these days!) it really pays to find those ways to get jobs done more efficiently while saving money at the same time. It's a recipe for success!