International Print Day 2015 - Tweet ideas!

Submitted by: The Two Sides Team 12/10/2015

International Print Day, 14th October 2015

Wednesday, 14th October, 2015 is International print Day!  You can participate and help the print and paper community by sharing our selection of “tweet-friendly” facts we created for #IPD15. It’s a fantastic way to remind people why print and paper is a sustainable way to communicate, and bust myths while you are at it. Just cut and paste into Twitter – we’ve done the work for you!

So please get Tweeting!!

Here are some of the bitesize results from the most recent survey by Two Sides, conducted by international polling organisation Toluna. These little snippets of information make great tweets, so do share away!

 

#IPD15 84% of people believe they understand and can retain information much better when they read print on paper http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 79% of people surveyed are most relaxed when reading print on paper http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 60% of mobile or smart phone users are worried that these devices may be damaging their health http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 60% of mobile or smart phone users are worried that these devices may be damaging their health http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 83% of people surveyed state a clear preference for reading print on paper for complicated documents http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 Almost 50% of people want to have a paper bill for their Financial Services http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 72% of people believe printed documents are easier to read http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 Almost 50% of people want to have a paper bill for their Financial Services http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 69% are more relaxed and receptive when reading a newspaper http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 54% pay more attention to advertising when reading magazines in print http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 52% pay more attention to advertising when reading newspapers in print http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 66% of respondents are more relaxed and receptive when reading a magazine http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 When given a choice, 78% of people prefer to read in print, on paper http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 58% worry that children are not going to learn as much without books http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 57% believe that learning from books is the best way to learn  http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

#IPD15 56% would insist that their children learn from books http://bit.ly/1OBgY1d

 

About Two Sides

‘Two Sides’ is a global initiative by companies from the Graphic Communications Value chain including Forestry, Pulp, Paper, Inks and Chemicals, Pre Press, Press, Finishing, Publishing, Printing, Envelopes and Postal Operators. Our common goal is to promote the sustainability of the Graphic Communications Value Chain and dispel common environmental misconceptions by providing users with verifiable information on why Print and Paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium.

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