Running a small business means you’re always on the lookout for simple solutions to complex problems. And we totally get that. This is why we’ve created your latest favorite business solution for business anniversary cards. Why spend hours upon hours writing hundreds of cards, licking too many stamps and cramping your hand with all of those mailing addresses?
When you could just take care of this task in minutes?
If it’s your company’s one year anniversary, you should be spending your time and money elsewhere. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing.
Yes, direct mail is still a very useful tool in any marketer’s toolbox. It has not been moved to the museum of retired relics like the VHS or rotary phone. Direct mail remains one of the most trustworthy forms of communication between companies and consumers.
Now, the key is to take the outdated appearance and give it an update. Make it sparkle! We’ve got all the steps to creating the most effective direct campaign right here.
Bulk birthday cards that are high quality, easy to set up and get mailed out automatically are real and at your fingertips. Making business mail easier — without losing print quality or personal touch — is kind of our forté.
You read that right– you can set up your entire bulk birthday card list in minutes. We know that running a business means having a to-do list a mile long. You should have more time to develop business partnerships and dive into interesting product development, not spend your time writing out mailing addresses.
Schedule all of your client AND customer birthday cards for the year. Never worry about forgetting another birthday! People will be thanking you out of thin air.
Direct mail isn’t exactly what it used to be. In fact — it’s nothing like it used to be. The days of flimsy-throw-away flyers are extinct and the days of beautiful, personal snail mail is upon us. Why is personal snail mail all of a sudden making a resurrection? Now?!
A new type of direct mail?
Because what used to take hours upon hours to write, stamp and address — now takes minutes. Consumers don’t pay attention to the junk mail, casually tossing the cheap flyers just as quickly as they see them. But personal snail mail — a lovely handwritten envelope — will never be tossed. Clients — both potential and existing — are intrigued by personal snail mail (as all of us are in this digital age). The open rate for direct mail that appears to be personal snail mail is off the charts — for obvious reasons. Who in their right mind would toss something that looks like a personal birthday card without opening it?!
Thought about your marketing approach lately? If you run a business, big or small, then the answer is undoubtedly — yes. At least we hope so. There is no business without a healthy dose of customers. You’ve got to be placing a good chunk of your efforts in bringing in new clients and nurturing existing ones.
Marketing in 2019 is not the same as it was even a few years ago. Whether you’re running an online eCommerce operation or a brick and mortar store — digital marketing is no longer an option. That’s just how the marketing cookie has crumbled. Luckily changing times have brought easy solutions.
From email to content marketing, small (and large) businesses have to keep evolving their approach to reaching new and existing audiences. If they want to thrive, that is. And what business doesn’t want that?! Marketing, especially for small business, can be quite a hand full when you’re working on a million different things. Fortunately we live in a world filled with plenty of online resources that help small businesses to build marketing campaigns that thrive.
Welcome to April’s edition of links to help you be more productive and grow your business. Here at Postable we’re all about productivity and making tedious processes, like sending personal snail mail, easier [learn more about business tools on Postable].
Each month we take the most interesting articles related to tech, business development, and productivity and bring them straight to you.
The world of customer retention and brand loyalty has a plethora of trending topics. Some get integrated and prove to be useful while others tend to come and go quickly without leaving so much as a trace. Surprise and delight is the former. This customer retention technique isn’t something to snuff at and it’s definitely worth integrating into your own business — however big or small it may be.