Category Archives: Direct Marketing

Want More Print Jobs? Add Mobile

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Mobile is all around us, but too few printers are integrating mobile into their clients’ multichannel marketing campaigns. As the marketing environment continues to fragment, not offering the ability to integrate mobile is like sending your competition a hand-addressed invitation to woo your clients. Offering mobile integration in a multichannel world is a must. Here… Read More »

Tips for Creating a Content Calendar

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Fresh, well-written, and relevant content is an integral part of a successful marketing plan of any modern business. Effectively managing content is also essential, however. Content management strategies include releasing the right content at the right time, using content designed to speak to a specific audience, and making certain that you’ve got a healthy supply… Read More »

Should Your Marketing Plan Be Updated?

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There are goals in every organization. When you began your business, you created a plan. Have you met those goals? Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if you need to make changes, especially when your business has grown and everything is running smoothly. Should you be considering a new plan this year? To determine… Read More »

Simple Steps to Successful Marketing

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In today’s modern marketing world, businesses of all kinds have cornered the ways to disrupt and attract customers from one competitor to the next. With information so readily available, anyone can track how a business attracts and maintains customers. Unfortunately, there’s no golden secret to uncover; when it comes to effective marketing in the age… Read More »

QR Codes: What Not to Do

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As I’m sure you’re all well aware, a QR code is a type of matrix barcode that is commonly used for marketing purposes across a wide variety of different platforms. The main benefit of this type of marketing tactic involves the ease at which the customer can use a QR code to find out information.… Read More »

[FREE Infographic] The World Gone Mobile

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According to Nielsen, smartphone share in the United States has grown from just 18% in 2009 to 62% of all mobile phones in 2013. And between July 2011 and July 2012, the number of mobile web users grew by 82%. Did you know that 75% of Americans admit to bringing their phone with them to… Read More »

Comcast Bills Call Customers Nasty Names

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Your client’s customer database — its most precious resource. Used for invoicing, customer communications, and as a critical source of data for their marketing list, the customer database is your client’s lifeblood. How easily can it be compromised? A recent Comcast horror story shows just how easily. One customer, Mary, continually had trouble with her… Read More »

Superbowl Ads Prove Repeated Exposure Works

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Encourage your clients to take a lesson from Superbowl advertising. According to Neilsen, when viewers were exposed to a Superbowl ad during the pregame, as well as during the game, that ad scored higher on likeability. Viewers were also more likely to remember the ad correctly. That is exactly the response your clients want from… Read More »