How To Design a Profitable Postcard
In this high-tech business world, postcards may not be the first marketing vehicle that comes to mind when planning a lead generation campaign. That’s really too bad since with just a few proven tips you can create powerful marketing…Continue
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How To Design A Great Brochure
According to the dictionary a brochure is “a small book or pamphlet, often containing promotional material or product information.” The truth is brochures can be large and their contents must vary depending on the situation.
Even in this age of…Continue
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January 26, 2014 is the date. Mailings entered on that date and later will need to be Full-Service to get automation postage rates. I would bet everyone reading this blog is aware of that, but there is still a large percentage of mailings today that are not Full-Service. Approximately 55% of commercial mailers are Full-Service right now according to USPS management. That number is surprising since we are only a few short months away.
The Postal Service is very aware of the…Continue
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It has been over four years since March 29, 2009 when new addressing standards for large envelopes, catalogs, and magazines went into effect. Affected classes of mail are Standard Mail, Periodicals, Bound…Continue
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This week I wanted to take a brief second… OK minute or two and discuss paper weight and what I see as a growing trend. It seems that as more and more people want print, they all want heavier and heavier stocks. Ok I get it; you want the folder or postcard to stand out amongst the crowd. That makes sense to me. But ask yourself one question. Is having a heavier paper weight always the way to go? It seems the more I talk with people in the print industry about standards for certain…Continue
Added by Corey Berkers on March 6, 2013 at 10:37am — No Comments
Girls always want to become the most beautiful, Barbie style will bring you a brighter look. Do you want to be prettier and more attractive girls? simply with this dress up game, you only use mouse to…Continue
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In the princess’s dream, she met a handsome prince who loved her very much. She also saw many many colorful dresses and crowns, they were perfect and helped her more beautiful. Do you think all suit the beautiful princess?
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One day in the amusement part, suddenly Anna takes a photo. The photo looks very natural and she becomes prominent among the background. she has a set of newest fashion collection for spring. That also makeover games for me curious and want to…Continue
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Finally, kids can find a lot of useful girls makeover, cooking games for them and get advantages from it as well. Besides, it doesn’t take much time of them to play these games. They will feel exciting with daily new creativity in games.
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Folding is a big part of our industry. It is found in many facets and projects in the printing industry. It doesn’t matter whether it is a folder, brochure, mailing piece, or any other sort of printed product. Print can fold in many numerous ways. With the help of an info graphic I found via Foldfactory.com, I wanted to show you just how many different folds there are. I also wanted to talk about the sheer number of possibilities there are when it comes to creative…Continue
Added by Corey Berkers on January 29, 2013 at 12:14pm — No Comments
Once you have made the jump (or sometimes leap of faith) to personalized multichannel marketing, the first thing you need to work out is how you are going use these new tools.
Every business has its own dynamic and set of challenges, so it’s important to decide what you ultimately want to achieve with your multichannel marketing campaign. Do you want to drive an online transaction; such as a pledge or donation, or do you want to set up your company’s sales people with new…Continue
Added by Kelly Kirk on January 24, 2013 at 2:28pm — No Comments
It’s not uncommon for organizations to believe that consumers will respond to their marketing campaign simply out of brand recognition or their loyalty to a product. The truth is that the sheer volume of direct marketing that consumers (or your target audience) receive requires marketers to go the extra mile to give them a reason to participate in your marketing campaign beyond just the opportunity to voice their opinion.
One tactic often used to garner participation or…Continue
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