Three Attributes of Direct Mail Data You Have to Get Right
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Three Attributes of Direct Mail Data You Have to Get Right

There are a lot of theories about what makes a direct mail piece stand out from the crowd – the copy, the offer, the images, the bold colors or the texture of the paper. Each argument has its merits. The one thing marketers can agree on, however, is what will make your direct mail project...

Posted by February 16, 2017June 10, 2019
Why Your Direct Mail is Really Being Thrown Away
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Why Your Direct Mail is Really Being Thrown Away

If your last several direct mail campaigns didn’t pull the results you wanted, perhaps it wasn’t because your competition one-upped you. Perhaps it was because your execution stunk (or deserved a thumbs down). Direct mail works every time when executed correctly, as you will learn in our Behold the Power of Postcard article. Pat McGraw, experienced marketer and adjunct professor at...

AARP is Conducting a Larger Score with Direct Mail
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AARP is Conducting a Larger Score with Direct Mail

If you know any one turning 50, you’ve probably heard about the relentless pursuit of their induction into AARP (American Association of Retired Persons). The cost of membership is a mere $16 a year, so it’s hard to fathom the cost effectiveness of sending someone up to three direct mail pieces a month, both six months prior and six...

Nine Ways to Decrease Direct Mail Spending While Improving Results
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Nine Ways to Decrease Direct Mail Spending While Improving Results

Looking to decrease your direct mail investment and improve revenue at the same time? Here are nine ways to reach your ROI goals. ROI (Return on Investment) is a function of cost and revenue generated. Any change in either one impacts your ROI.  It is possible to utilize direct mail to its fullest potential and decrease...

Posted by October 6, 2010June 10, 2019