Direct Mail Strategies for Trade Show Success [PODCAST]
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Direct Mail Strategies for Trade Show Success [PODCAST]

Gina Danner, CEO of NextPage and a direct mail and marketing expert, was recently the special guest on Trade Show Insights, a monthly podcast hosted by Marlys Arnold. The two discussed how trade shows and direct mail go together and how direct mail has evolved with technology for a whole new life.  Specifically, Danner talked about...

7 Reasons Why Direct Mail Gets High Response Rates
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7 Reasons Why Direct Mail Gets High Response Rates

Would you rather have 5.1% or 0.6% of $100,000? The choice is a no-brainer, and is the premise for why direct mail works. With a household response rate of 5.1% compared to a 0.6% email response rate, direct mail expands a campaign’s reach and yields higher response rates, especially for specific age demographics. Direct mail...

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How ‘Fly NextPage’ Demonstrates Multi-Channel Campaign Engagement
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How ‘Fly NextPage’ Demonstrates Multi-Channel Campaign Engagement

In January 2018, NextPage mailed over 1600 personalized direct mail packages to our valued clients that included three originally designed paper airplanes. For this particular multi-channel campaign, titled “Fly NextPage,” we wanted to show how a high-value direct mail campaign incorporating interactive marketing could increase engagement and awareness. Our campaign goals were simple: Demonstrate a...

How New Shape-Cut Envelopes Redefine Direct Mail
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How New Shape-Cut Envelopes Redefine Direct Mail

A new strategy for direct mail takes your envelopes outside the box, literally. The design is no longer constrained to the borders of a standard envelope. With new shape-cut envelopes, the graphic design trails off the edge to create a unique visual impression with its recipients. They’re also USPS-approved and qualify for standard postage rates....

What We Can Learn From the Tide Pod Challenge Besides the Obvious
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What We Can Learn From the Tide Pod Challenge Besides the Obvious

The infamous Tide Pod challenge is a new internet meme that encourages young adults to consume laundry detergent packs. Yes, this is a terrible idea, potentially lethal and people wonder why anyone would even consider doing it. A student at Utah State University was recently hospitalized for eating one. It’s understandable how children would mistake...

How Floor Graphics Step Up Your Interior Marketing
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How Floor Graphics Step Up Your Interior Marketing

In my last blog, I discussed how window graphics help increase foot traffic to your brick and mortar business. That’s great, but the next challenge is ensuring the customers stay while making a lasting impression. A great way to do this is to take advantage of the largest and most underrated interactive communication channel you...

4 Ways Window Graphics Offer Extraordinary Marketing Value
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4 Ways Window Graphics Offer Extraordinary Marketing Value

                          Earlier this year, PrintBig installed a window graphic of Pablo Picasso at the Nelson Adkins Art Museum to promote an exhibition of his work. Followers on social media posted that they saw it from the highway and it sparked their interest in...

How Product Placement Helps Marketing Efforts
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How Product Placement Helps Marketing Efforts

Did Stranger Things make you crave Eggo waffles? Of course it did. Product placements have been a part of movies and TV for years now. From those unforgettable Ray-Bans Tom Cruise sports in Risky Business (which, according to Ray-Ban, resulted in the sale of over 360,000 pairs of Wayfarers) to James Bond opting for a Heineken instead...

KC Podcast Helps Nonprofit Marketers
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KC Podcast Helps Nonprofit Marketers

Bonyen Lee-Gilmore from Planned Parenthood Great Plains earlier this year appeared on the M&C Nonprofit Marketing Talk podcast to discuss her job as marketing and communications director. “No matter what you do, no matter what kind of nonprofit you are, if we’re talking fundraising right now then you have to give people the ‘why,'” she said, “Why...

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