There are many, many times when we get asked, “Is sending a letter better?” With the fast paced world now, many people are worried that a letter will go unread, so sending a postcard would be better. Here I will attempt to answer that question, beyond just, “Well…that depends.” So let’s take the time to examine letters and self-mailers/postcards, keeping in mind that there really is the option that it may depend.
In today’s digital landscape, the ideal marketing tool can help you reach an unlimited number of people anytime, anywhere in the world with a message that targets them individually. Luckily for competing organizations, this communication method exists in the model of email marketing. When sending emails to subscribers, you gain the ability to connect with potential clients or customers in a way that would have been much more difficult with traditional methods.
People spend more than 5 hours per day on average using a mobile device; which makes a great way to market to your customers and prospects. To get the most out of mobile marketing you need to do research, then strategically plan how to integrate mobile into your overall marketing efforts. There are many statistics that can help you get a better understanding of what is happening with mobile.
How effective was your last direct mail marketing campaign? That’s the question that you need to answer in order to make the most of your direct mail marketing. Focusing on what works best and spending your budget in the most effective way is key to better direct mail. Before you launch your next direct mail campaign, set a system in place that will allow you to track the results.