Data

Take Your Direct Mail Back to School

Summer is coming to an end, lunchboxes are back on display, and supermarkets across America are suddenly flooded with frustrated-looking parents trying to find the exact three-ring binders requested…

Mail, Marketing, Digital Plus Post

We Tried Informed Delivery for Two Weeks & This is What Happened

A few this have changed in the world of Informed Delivery since this blog was posted, please read our new blog, give us a call, or refer to the USPS website for the most up to date information. …

Data

The Price You Pay for Bad Data

We all have certain things that really aggravate us. One thing that never fails to upset me is wastefulness, especially when it affects the environment. For example, my local grocery store double-bags…

Data, Mail, Marketing

How to Get More Results With Direct Mail for Nonprofits

Ten years ago, nonprofits sent out the same types of direct mail pieces in droves, and they hoped that the message would stick. Now, with the decline of success in email-based marketing, direct mail…

Marketing

What Ever Happened to QR Codes?

Do you remember when QR codes were the big thing in advertising? It seemed almost impossible to get anything, even a bag from McDonald’s, without that futuristic-looking barcode on it somewhere. It…

Data

Need Some Support?

“It’s the little details that are vital. Little things make big things happen.”It’s a quote by famous basketball player and coach John Wooden, but it almost feels like it was written for our very own…

Mail

5 Things to Check Before Sending Your Artwork to Print

Are you sitting down? Good. Let’s get real for a second: you may be submitting your artwork for print in a sub-optimal way. This is fine, of course – we make adjustments and try to accommodate as much…

Mail

Prep for Your 1st Print Project Like a Pro

You’ve got your content triple-proofed, your artwork is looking sharp, and you have a thoroughly scrubbed list of a thousand recipients formatted perfectly in an Excel spreadsheet. You’re ready to go…