Wafer Seals – A Must For Your Direct Marketing Campaign
Are you using wafer seals or mailing label tabs? If not you could be loosing cash. There’s a asserting that goes,”The money is in the tiny details.” In this post I would like to share with you how your direct promotional campaign is loosing money due to a little detail that many tend to not see. By the end of this article you are going to be shocked. You’ve been warned.
Direct marketing is a proven sort of marketing that really has worked for years and shall continue to work. If you don’t trust me, have a look at today’s mail, undefined guarantee you it is crammed with direct marketing pieces. What you regard as unsolicited mail, I consider study material.
I have got a huge file folder with the”unsolicited mail” that I receive on a daily basis. I separate them by which of them I feel are efficient and which ones I feel were lacking. I attach notes to each one. This lets me produce a swipe file of sorts for use later.
The aim of all selling pieces is to reach your target market and to get her or him to take your desired action. Before any of that may occur the post office must first accept your materials. It does not matter if you will be mailing your magazine, leaflets, flyers, or any other selling material if the preparation isn’t done right, everything is a waste of your time.
Something as easy as a clear labeled wafer seal (frequently referred to as a mailing tab), can save your mailing pieces from being declined. The post office needs a proper seal to be affixed on your material to deflect any open edges. Open edges could cause the postal services machines to jam, thus causing a lost of time and money.
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