Tis’ the Season!

On October 18, 2011, in design, mailing, marketing, newsletter, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

The big stores know it before any of us. Tis’ the Season! Halloween is already past…kind of…so it’s already time to start planning for the holiday season and a HAPPY NEW YEAR! Hard to believe…how’s that 2011 New Year’s resolution going. That’s o.k. you can start planning your 2012 resolution.  It’s also a great time […]

 

Direct Mail Improves Web Traffic

On August 31, 2011, in design, mailing, marketing, planning, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

When recently speaking with two of our clients on two separate occasions, I noted an interesting phenomenon: in each case, their web traffic spiked when these companies used a well-formulated direct-mail campaign. The Ingredients to a Successful Campaign It appears that the recipe for success that was used in common between the two companies consisted […]

 

Extremely Low Postage For Saturation Mailings

On July 18, 2011, in mailing, marketing, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

At a recent local summit, we learned that the United States Postal Service has created an incredible rate for localized mailings to homes. For as little as 14 cents per stamp, you can send a mail piece 6 1/8 ” X 11 1/2″ to every household within a zip code AND YOU DON’T EVEN HAVE […]

 

Postcard Campaign For the Cost of a Stamp

On July 5, 2011, in business, mailing, marketing, postcard, printing, by Kevron Printing

With our current postage rate for a 1st class stamp being 44 cents, we really need to maximize the ROI of our mailings. One of the best ways to make an impact on your current and potential customers is to send a postcard mailing.After all, no matter what, your target audience is going to see […]

 

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