Recently updated on April 4th, 2020 at 08:11 pm Postcards – The Tweet of Direct Mail Marketing Direct Mail Marketing and Twitter may have more in common than you think. If you’ve used Twitter, you know it’s limited to 280 characters. Do you know why? The postcard. As the story…
Month: October 2019
Recently updated on October 28th, 2019 at 06:01 pm
“…Comedian Steven Wright tells a joke about a friend who sent him a postcard.
On the picture side, there was a beautiful shot of the planet earth as seen from outer space. On the address side was the message, ‘Wish you were here.’
The Pearl, also known as the Missouri Wedding Barn, is located at Crawford Farm one mile south of Hamilton, Missouri. It’s a mid-1800’s style barn constructed with rough-sawn oak timbers and wooden pegs. It features a 30-foot vaulted ceiling and a wrap-around loft lighted with iron chandeliers. The timber staircase…
Postcards are a great way to reach out to customers and prospects with a short and motivating message that can drive sales. You already have (hopefully) a list of your current customers with which to create mailing labels. To get a list of prospects, you can buy one from a list vendor or if you are really clever, swap with a friend or associate in a related business for their list.
Recently updated on October 17th, 2019 at 09:42 pm
Postcards – even a modest marketing budget can make use of them, but there are so many different postcard sizes, how do you choose? Let’s consider the two most popular sizes – the 4 x 6 and the 5 x 7.
When it comes to direct mail marketing, there are a number of different print materials you can use – each with its own degree of effectiveness and practicality.…
Recently updated on October 17th, 2019 at 09:38 pm
Postcards are such versatile marketing vehicles. They’re available in a wide variety of sizes. They can be mailed cheaply – some sizes qualify for deep discounts with bulk mailing. And they communicate instantly – they don’t have to be opened like a letter in an envelope.