A recent study by Aimia Institute revealed that Consumers are likely to become wary of a brand, if the information they receive isn’t ‘relevant’ to them.
So when you mail your next direct mail campaign or fire off another email blast, make sure your information is interesting and relevant to your recipients.
Use targeted mailing lists and email lists and reach the right group of people who are most likely to want to hear about your services / products. If you own a Women’s Hair Salon, for example, try targeting Women, who have a certain Household Income level and an Interest in Beauty. Women who fall into this demographic group, are much more likely to be interested in your offer, and feel that it is relevant to them, than those who do not.
“Affirming its long-standing commitment to help find missing children, the U.S. Postal Service® issues this new stamp to make members of the public more aware of the ways they can assist-and to offer hope to the families of missing children as they continue their search.
This stamp features a photograph by Harald Biebel showing a small bunch of purple forget-me-nots on the left with a lone flower farther to the right, all of them against a white background.” USPS
Show your support for families with missing children, by purchasing the new USPS Forget-Me-Not Stamps.
Below is a list of our most commonly requested demographic criteria.
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Now is the time to make sure you are using USPS Holiday Stamps for your direct mail marketing campaigns.
It’s the festive time of year and our customers expect a little festive addition to our mailing campaigns.
You will need quality data for your direct mail lists to ensure you get the best ROI.
Data Quality For Your Direct Mail Lists
Make sure you regularly update your own data and if necessary get a fresh direct mail list. This will improve deliverability. If you want to know how to clean your data we have a few tips for you
New additions to the USPS Forever Stamps Collection are now available.
Tips on How To Design A Marketing piece For Direct Mail With Attitude
The Holidays are busy enough without having to stress over how to make our marketing pieces targeted towards only those who are likely to respond to our message, how to comply with USPS postal regulations, how to get the best postal rate and last but not least how to better guarantee that the recipient of the marketing piece will respond.
You can make your mail piece stand out from all the other holiday mailers.
Try adding the new Batman Stamps for direct mail to your mail piece.
Here are a few other tips for putting together a successful direct mail:
Add “Or Current Resident” under the name of the person to whom the mail piece is addressed. This will make sure that the USPS leaves the mail piece at the address and will dramatically reduce the number of mail pieces that fail to be delivered.
Don’t make a common mistake and leave out the address 2 line for apartments and suite numbers. This could contribute to a high number of non deliverables.
Make sure your mailing list has been checked for accuracy and is really up to date. Mailing List Hygiene is vital to improve deliverability and save wastage.
We are fast approaching the season of holiday mailings and it pays to make sure we plan our direct mail holiday marketing campaigns to comply with the direct mail dates for the holidays set by the USPS.
People consider the pros and cons of purchasing a car a lot longer than most other household purchases and when they are in the market to change their automobiles they will be receptive to marketing campaigns for long periods of time. You will need quality direct mail lists to reach those people most likely to respond to your message.
You may want to think about the following questions and act on the answers.
Are you a car dealership ready to market a new model or feature to customers loyal to your brand?
Want to get people ready to change their vehicles booked in for a test drive?
Want to offer an incentive to trade up or become “greener”?
Information is power and quality data can significantly improve your ROI.
You need direct mail lists that can provide you with the following information.
Find existing owners of your car brand in your dealership area.
Find the make, model and year of the automobile they drive.