Door drop marketing is a powerful, tactile and cost-effective way to reach new customers, with 73% of door drop messages being read, displayed or kept*. It’s customer engagement like this that can really help to boost your business.
A few clients over the past week or so have asked me, is mail safe, given the circumstances that we now find ourselves. So we’ve considered the risks and how to mitigate them.
We have outlined some key areas below that may be helpful in getting proactive, whether you're acting now or preparing for the bounce back, let’s get busy!
“Marketers waste 21% of their marketing budget because of bad data”.
We’re all now living in a digital society – and increasingly, that’s how we’re talking to each other too.
The dominance of the screen in the digital age tempts marketers to focus on solely online campaigns. While it’s vital to reach people where they spend most of their time, it’s crucial that you don’t entirely ignore the value of tried and tested offline marketing tactics too.
A successful direct mail campaign requires the right planning, some know-how, a little inventiveness and an effective and innovative production partner to help you achieve your targets.
It’s easy to think that marketing is all about numbers. When return on investment and increased growth are in the back of your mind at all times it’s only natural.
We can help to ensure that your data is managed & cleansed correctly but most importantly we will work with you to ensure your data is GDPR compliant. In addition to this we can create prospect pools, perform analysis and profile your data. Our range of sophisticated data processing services are designed to complement and integrate with the full range of mailing house solutions that we provide, including direct mail management, personalisation, lettershop and polythene enclosing.
A successful direct mail campaign involves more than sending flyers out and hoping for the best. It takes careful planning, creative skills and good data to reach the right people and make your message stick. When it’s run well, a direct mail campaign can offer an excellent return on investment and win you loyal customers.
Over the past decade, more firms than ever have begun allocating an increasing amount of budget and resources to digital marketing in order to achieve strategic goals, while traditional marketing efforts become more and more scarce. In short, this shift is based on the recent evidence that online marketing efforts can be cheaper, easier to measure and analysed, as well as providing a greater insight into a company’s active clientele base. This, in turn, provides answers to the age-old marketing question of how to build a brand.
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If your mailing list isn’t current you could face some embarrassing implications to your marketing campaign not to mention loss of investment. How do you expect to get your predicted response rates if you don’t check your data regularly? With seven thousand people moving home each day it’s easy to see how your carefully prepared material can end up in the wrong hands and straight into the recycling.
The majority of your marketing will be digital but have you considered that many consumers want information and offers via print communications? Have you considered the advantages of a print campaign? Tangible and attention grabbing media helps connect businesses with consumers at home, on their terms.