How Direct Mail Coupons Help New Businesses Bring In Customers
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How Direct Mail Coupons Help New Businesses Bring In Customers

You just started your own business. Congratulations! Now what? It’s a brand new business that nobody knows about, and you have to somehow create exposure and excitement so people will want to buy from you. It’s challenging, but not impossible. Every successful business in the world started where you are now. There are many things...

How Marketing Automation Helps Achieve Business Objectives
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How Marketing Automation Helps Achieve Business Objectives

No matter how big or how small your business is, it can often seem like there aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done. Inventory, sales, shipping, payroll, marketing, customer service… the wheel of time never stops turning. Time doesn’t have to be your enemy, however. It can be tamed and managed. You...

Posted by July 30, 2018July 31, 2018
How Nonprofit Year-End Giving Campaigns Get A Lift From IP Targeting
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How Nonprofit Year-End Giving Campaigns Get A Lift From IP Targeting

July and August is the time when most nonprofit organizations begin planning their year-end direct mail campaigns. Most organizations receive up to half their annual funds between October and December and their efforts are pushed right up until the very last minute of the year. Nearly one-third of year-end donations occur in the month of December...

How Combining Local SEO with Direct Mail Can Increase Brand Visibility
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How Combining Local SEO with Direct Mail Can Increase Brand Visibility

So much has already been said about the importance of SEO that the majority of companies already know they cannot afford not to invest in this digital sphere of their business. However, thanks to Google updates as well as ever-changing customer behavior, there’s an even greater emphasis on thinking and acting local, both in terms...

How to Happily Balance Creativity and Nonconformity
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How to Happily Balance Creativity and Nonconformity

The World Needs Outliers Think about Elvis Presley. Before he was lauded as the “King of Rock and Roll,” the police told him that he could not swing his hips onstage. His dance moves were so offensive that 1956 newspaper headlines announced that he would have to clean up his act if he wanted to...

Posted by July 10, 2018July 10, 2018
Why Customer Experience Matters More Than Selling
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Why Customer Experience Matters More Than Selling

Stuff Happens and Happens Some More We’re inundated with a never-ending barrage of products. We have sold, promoted and bought products like it was part of our DNA. Some would argue that our entire consumerist economy is built on the idea of shoving products down our collective throats. While selling may seem like second nature...

Posted by June 29, 2018July 9, 2018
5 Myths About Millennials and Mail
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5 Myths About Millennials and Mail

With millennials poised to become the dominant force in the economy, companies must learn how to reach this demographic. US consumers ages 18 to 34 engage with brands far more extensively than their older counterparts. It’s natural to assume this generation is only susceptible to digital media. It was born and raised on the Internet....

Posted by June 28, 2018June 28, 2018
How Direct Mail Can Boost Trade Show Attendance
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How Direct Mail Can Boost Trade Show Attendance

It’s finally time for the trade show you’ve been preparing all year for. This is a unique opportunity for you to interact with potential customers face to face, the richest communication method in the world. You set up your beautifully designed booth, fill the candy bowl and wait for the show to begin. Lots of...

The 4 Most Popular Formats of Direct Mail
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The 4 Most Popular Formats of Direct Mail

With so many ways to get your message into a customer’s mailbox, how do you choose? The key to selecting a format is to make sure the direct mail’s presentation squares with your content. You’re not going to announce a one-day sale in a copious catalog—just as there’s no way a postcard is going to...

Posted by June 21, 2018June 22, 2018
How Geoframing is like Geofencing on Steroids
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How Geoframing is like Geofencing on Steroids

I first became aware of geofencing technology in 2014. Shortly after the iOS 7 update, I began noticing an app icon in the bottom left-hand corner of my phone screen, most frequently when I was near a Starbucks. Soon after, I began receiving push notifications for iced coffee at a discount. Iced coffee is my...