Mailing Lists For Employment/ Recruitment Agencies

Whether you offer temporary or seasonal employment opportunities or permanent employment opportunities,

we can help you with your recruitment campaigns to keep your books filled with the brightest and best candidates.

targeted The Specialty List Department at LeadsPlease has a free service to help you build the specialty lists that best meets your requirements

and the requirements of the companies you serve.

Perfect for Employment/Recruitment Agencies looking for people with specific qualifications and experience.

Simply complete the Specialty List Request Form on our website to get started.

We can also help you print and mail your marketing campaigns.

Check out the 2013 Best Practices For Recruitment and Recognition at the HR Daily Advisor.

USPS Preferred Place Names

USPS Preferred Place Names

Use USPS preferred place names to save time and money.

Make sure you use data that includes only USPS preferred  place names because this ensures that more of your mail will get delivered quickly and accurately.

Buy mailing lists from LeadsPlease and be assured that  you are receiving  top quality addresses, formatted in accordance with USPS requirements.

Some zip codes are associated with several different City names, so the USPS designates ‘preferred’ and ‘acceptable’ city names to minimize confusion and speed up mail delivery.

For example : there are 14 different city names associated with zip code 08008 in New Jersey. That’s a lot of different city names!

So the USPS chose 1 ‘preferred’ city name for this zip code (Beach Haven) and 6 other ‘acceptable’ city names (see below). So if you use a city name that is not either the ‘preferred’ or ‘acceptable’ city name on your mailing piece, your mail may not be delivered accurately.

Look-up any zip code in the USA by visiting the USPS site online : USPS Look-Ups.

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To Measure or Not to Measure?

Do you measure the effectiveness of all your marketing efforts?

A recent article in DM News sparks the topic of today’s post.

According to a recent study by Black Ink and Winsper, 73% of respondents acknowledged that measuring marketing ROI is ‘very important’, but only 29% of senior marketing leaders who were surveyed, admit that they don’t measure their marketing ROI at all!

Don’t forget to keep track of all your marketing efforts. Test your different marketing campaigns to see which ones are most successful and profitable so you can ditch the ones that aren’t winners.

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