While the design and content of your direct mail postcard can have a huge effect on its response rate and profitability, no amount of eye-catching design or persuasive copy can make up for poor targeting.
In this post, we’ll compare two companies offering different levels of targeting for small business owners: the broad, route-based targeting offered by Every Door Direct Mail of the USPS, and the pinpoint targeting offered by QuantumPostcards.
What is the goal of your direct marketing campaign? Whether you’re selling a new product, offering a service or simply looking to expand your brand recognition, an effective marketing campaign needs to inspire people to take action.
You can pack as many benefits and selling points into your headline, subheading and copy as you like, but without an effective call to action, your small business postcard marketing is unlikely to generate the results you’re seeking.
In this blog post, we’ll look at one of the most important elements of any direct mail postcard, sales letter or brochure: the call to action. Read on to learn what makes an effective call to action so important and why you should be using one.
Whether you’re selling a product or a service, a luxury product or a competitively priced commodity, the way you present your offer to your audience has a massive effect on the response rate and profitability of your direct marketing campaign.
In this blog post, we’ll look at one of the most important parts of any direct mail campaign: crafting an effective offer. From wording to value, read on to learn the basics of designing an offer that your target audience responds to en masse.