Direct Mail

Have a special offer, a new product, or just want to stay in touch with your clients? Direct Mail still offers the best return for your marketing dollar.

In a world of information overload, emails get lost in the shuffle and lack the tangible assets that direct mail offers. People like to receive direct mail, especially if there are variable data aspects to the piece to personalize and speak the same language to your target audience based upon the data you collect. Direct mail sticks with a customer when there is an effective call to action, which entices the buyer to take advantage of the offering.

Did you know...

67% of online searches are caused by offline communications? Which means a strong print presence can actually lead to more online conversions and sales.

Benefits of Direct Mail

Direct Mail touches people every day. Below are just a few of the benefits of using Direct Mail.

It’s targeted.

Mass advertising (TV, print, radio, etc.) can be expensive and isn’t always an option for small businesses. But Direct Mail can focus on a smaller group of individuals who are more likely to respond to your offer, giving you more bang for your buck.

It’s personal.

With Direct Mail, you can address your customers by name, speak to them individually, and appeal to their interests. And when customers feel that you understand their needs, they’re more likely to respond. In fact, 55 percent of consumers “look forward” to discovering the mail they receive.

It’s flexible.

From letters to postcards to brochures, there is a large variety of inexpensive and easy formats you can use to create your direct mail campaign.

It’s tangible.

Direct Mail allows you to physically place your message in your customers’ hands and encourage interaction. Along with an engaging message, you can make an unforgettable impression by incorporating elements that actively involve the customer.

It’s measurable.

Direct Mail is one of the few media channels that gives you the ability to track the success of your campaign. It’s as simple as counting the inquiries you received or counting the number of coupons redeemed. By tracking and analyzing your results, you’ll see what’s working and can make adjustments to future mailings if needed.

It’s easy and cost-effective.

You don’t have to be a Direct Mail expert with a big budget to advertise with the mail. With a computer, some desktop publishing software, and a little know-how, you can create your own professional-looking Direct Mail piece.