“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” - Oprah Winfrey
Wishing you and your family a Thanksgiving filled with warm, cozy moments and happy memories!
Can you believe the end of November is already here? It's time to send those holiday greetings you've been putting off. To get you started, download this cute and original jumbo size postcard design. Open the PDF in your design editor of choice to add content or tweak the design to your heart’s content. This art is free for you to use and our gift to you!
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for a company to bolster its marketing arsenal for the sake of attracting new business, or to reassure your existing customers that your products and services actually do work as advertised, nothing beats a good case study—especially in the form of a video.
People like to get holiday greetings. They enjoy receiving mailed cards from friends, family, new acquaintances, and even businesses. Opening up those cards gives recipients a warm, fuzzy feeling and makes them feel connected to the sender. Even if they are not handwritten, holiday greetings always elicit a positive emotional response. Unless your name is Scrooge, of course.
Great question. I hope the information below helps and puts your mind at ease. For starters, the most common reason why First-Class mailed postcards get returned is what the U.S. Postal Service refers to as "Addressee not at address – unknown, moved, or deceased." First-Class Mail® comes with free forwarding and return service (one of the perks of this class of mail), so the undeliverable pieces are then returned to sender. Standard postage does not have this feature, therefore, your undelivered postcards will not be returned to you.
Pictures add an immense value to any direct mail postcard or website. Human beings are very much visually orientated, and we understand better when we have a picture to relate to the message being presented. It's that whole, "picture worth a thousand words" thing. They really are.
Postcards are inexpensive, easy to create and mail, and typically generate a high response rate. All of these factors put together make postcards a powerful marketing tool for small businesses today. To get the most out of your postcard campaigns, it is important to mail to your list more than one time. Here’s why.
These smudges and rub or scuff marks have been referred to as “postcard (or mail) survivability.” Meaning, how well does the postcard survive while traveling through the high-speed rollers and sorting systems of the United States Postal Service (USPS)?
Here is some valuable insight I have learned over the years from our real estate postcard marketers that is relevant for any small business. Realtors like to use postcard marketing for two reasons. The first is to drive inquiries and leads (short-term). The second is drive more business and referrals (long-term).
Before you tackle this question there is one higher-level question you might want to consider. That is, are you sending your postcard marketing to the right mailing list or audience?