The Importance of Design Consistency in Direct Mail...or Not

 

For just a few minutes, forget everything you’ve heard about maintaining design consistency in your marketing. Sometimes inconsistency is exactly what’s required to break through with your offer.

What we generally practice and preach—and what intuitively rings true—is that the components in a direct mail kit (outer envelope, letter, brochure, etc.) should have a consistent, professional design style. But you see, just like there’s an exception to every rule, there’s a time to deviate from a guideline. That is, to stop being so consistent!

Keep reading to find out when inconsistency can really pay off.Read more


4 Fun Ways Direct Response Marketing Can Delight Your Customers

 

How often do you do something to delight your customers? (Outside of providing smile-worthy service, of course.) While your customers have come to expect a stellar experience with your products and services, why not find ways to delight them through your direct response marketing—when they least expect it? Keep reading to see what we mean.

The Fun Starts Here
When you think outside of the box—or in this case, the standard direct mail package or postcard—you discover new ways to connect with your customers and drive response. What’s more, aside from drawing attention and engagement, these new ideas are likely to inspire word-of-mouth advertising (or sharing in the social sphere), bringing your message to an even broader audience.

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7 Must-Haves for a Successful Direct Marketing Campaign

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Have you ever had a new product to introduce or a sales promotion to announce, so you pieced together a mailing and a few social media posts and called it a day? If your objective was to simply get the message out the door, then your efforts were probably “good enough.” But did they make an impact?  Were you able to measure the return on your investment?Read more


Direct Mail Will Get A Faster Response

Written by Janelle Schenher, Account Supervisor

In an industry that continually is looking for the next technological advancement to engage consumers, it’s still traditional direct mail that generates the fastest response.

According to the latest research from the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) consumers are more likely to respond faster to direct mail than email as seen in their infographic:

Our TWO Sense: Direct Mail Will Get a Faster Response

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