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…

Data, Mail, Marketing

Does Direct Mail Reflect Your Passion?

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…

3 Reasons to Boost Direct Mail Marketing Before Q2

Everyone has a particular brand that they see too much of these days. For me, it’s Bath & Body Works – I get at least four emails a week from them, at least one text alert a month, coupons in the mail about once every two months, and their ads may even pop up on my Facebook page.…

Mail

Know Your Envelopes: Part 2

In the first half of our Know Your Envelopes series last month, you learned about different window types and the materials used to make them. This time, let’s talk about seals (no, not the cute ones…

Mail

Know Your Envelopes: Part 1

Although you get them in the mail every day and you’ve probably sealed a fair share of them yourself, chances are you haven’t given much thought to envelopes. A good envelope, however, can make or…

Mail, Marketing

Is Print Really a Promotional Product?

Pens, coffee mugs, hats, water bottles… if you can put a logo on it, it can be used to promote a business. Promotional products are everywhere, and more than half of us use them at least once a week.…

Data

Why Your Direct Mail Campaign Needs RFM Segmentation

Are you up for a challenge? Take out your phone and open up your contacts. Can you predict the percentage of contacts you have that you’ve talked to recently (via text or call) or received updates…

Marketing, Mail

3 New Ways to Combine Technology & Print

This week, Snap Inc. (it’ll always be Snapchat in our hearts) launched Spectacles: limited-quantity sunglasses that can record videos and directly upload them to your phone. It’s a brave move…