The cost to print a dress online has tripled in the past year, according to a report by global online printing service Rollo.
The report, which was released on Monday, found that from January 1, 2017 to March 31, 2018, online printing was responsible for almost $2.6 million in direct revenue, with an estimated $1.3 million in indirect revenue.
Rollo has a $25 million investment in Digg and the website is currently home to more than 1 billion articles.
The company expects to see this number grow by around 40 percent per year in the next few years.
Digg’s growth comes as online shopping and the proliferation of digital platforms has increased competition for print services.
Rollo says that the company is also working to provide online services that meet consumer needs and reduce waste.
Dollars in the airDigg is a global leader in online printing and the company says that digital printing has been a big driver of its growth.
In 2017, Rollo’s total revenue from online printing grew by 38 percent, which is about double what the company attributed to the print of its online content.
“Online printing is a huge part of our growth, and we believe we can deliver on our promises of cutting out paper for online customers, making printable content even more accessible, and delivering great service,” Rollo CEO, Matt Gersh, said in a statement.
Rolling out the new print services is a big deal for the company, and it hopes to make a splash in 2018 with a new online store and new pricing for its existing print services, including the Print Plus service.
Roller also said it is looking at the possibility of adding new services in the future, including online distribution of products.
The company has also been working with other print companies in the industry to develop new printing services.
In April, the company signed a deal with the printing company Stratasys, which would allow the company to use the StratasYS digital printer technology for its print products.
In addition, Rollos Print Services is partnering with a major print company to develop a new service called Print Plus, which it says will give its customers a digital experience.
Rollos also said that it is investing in the technology used in the new Print Plus.