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The Empowerment of Personalization

Every now and then, data points jump out at you. Here are two data points about personalization that jumped out at us recently: 35% of Amazon’s revenue is generated by its recommendation engine. 75% of consumers are more likely to buy from a retailer that recognizes them by name, recommends options based on past purchases, …

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Are Recipients Getting the Message?

How often have you seen a slick direct mail piece—well written, with great graphics and a compelling call to action—but wondered, “What does this company want me to take action on?” Sometimes the simplest components of great marketing pieces are overlooked. One of these can be the actual goal of the piece. Take a recent …

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Make a Stronger Impression with Print

Marketers should be paying attention to today’s trends in education. The same tools that help young readers learn and absorb information help the target audiences for your marketing campaigns learn and retain marketing information, too. One of these tools is paper. In a new report, “Third Annual Back to School Annual Report,” the Paper and …

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5 Considerations for Creating Standout Direct Mail Pieces

When we think about great direct mail results, we tend to think about the list, the message, and the call to action. However, things like the size, shape, and texture of the piece play a key role, too. Let’s look at five considerations for creating standout mail pieces. Trim size. If you want the lowest …

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3 Areas Where Direct Mail Beats Email

  Don’t get us wrong—we love email. Like every marketing channel, email has an important place in the marketing mix. But with the pressure that marketers often experience to go all digital, it’s important to remind ourselves of some of the unique benefits offered by direct mail. Direct mail doesn’t require an opt-in. Before you …

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