Direct Mail Made Easy is the LeadsPlease way of helping you to “get it mailed”.
Design your direct mail piece, build your targeted mailing list and print and mail.
Design an eye catching mail piece with a bold “call to action”. For example if you are a frozen yogurt shop you could offer: “Buy One, Get one Free Every Friday Evening During June”. A nice glossy finish to the postcard will add a touch of class/quality!
Build an accurate targeted mailing list. Fresh, frequently updated data saves wastage on printing and mailing.
Target your best customer profiles because mailing to people who will not be interested in your products and services wastes money.
Focus on your most important services because laundry lists of services is confusing.
Make sure you add your own mailing details to your mailing list because you will need to monitor the timing of the mailing and the quality of the printing.
Learn about costs, copy, printing and mailing because it will save you time and money.
Anybody who is looking to launch a direct mail campaign should read this article, whether you’re a first time direct mailer, or a seasoned veteran; the article is quick to read and packed with useful tips on how to build a successful direct mail campaign.
It’s almost back-to-school time! Use a targeted mailing list for your back-to-school mailer and make sure your advertisement reaches the right families who are most likely to need your products / services.
Target families by zip code, city or county or enter your store address and target families who live in a certain mile radius of your location. Families tend to shop close to home, so keep that in mind when you’re creating your mailing list.
Target families by the age of the children and/or other demographics. You can target all households with children ages 0-18, or you can be more specific and target specific age ranges (ex. 5-13). If necessary, you can tailor your mailing list further by adding demographics like Age of Parent, or Household Income level etc.
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The top 3 customer service related issues mentioned by respondents were:
Having to contact a company several times in order to address the same issue.
Being put on hold for a long time.
Having to deal with several representatives to resolve a single issue.
So remember to treat your current customers like gold! Customers want to be listened too and understood; they do not want to be pushed aside or made to feel insignificant. If they address you with an issue, try to handle the issue as soon as possible and in a timely, professional manner.
Don’t be afraid to give your Customers a phone number to call because it builds trust.