Congratulations to Client, Wonderful Machine

We are over the moon to hear that Wonderful Machine’s campaign, printed on Sumo Size™ postcards, was recently chosen for Print Magazine’s 2010 Regional Design Annual. Big high-fives go out to an incredible company that connects commercial and editorial art buyers with high-quality photographers across a broad range of specialties and locations.

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Celebrating Your Customers!

It's always a good idea to celebrate your customers. After all, without them you would not be in business. And, the holidays are the perfect time to acknowledge and thank your company's most lucrative resources. If you haven't done so already, you need to get a move on. And to do it right, it takes a little up-front planning and a touch of creativity.

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Tweets of the Week – Top 5

Check out our most clicked on tweets and if you like what you see, follow Modern Postcard on Twitter!

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List Wednesday - How much undeliverable mail can I expect when I mail to a purchased list?

Dan Anglin, Manager, List & Data Solutions, Modern Postcard

The USPS will tell you that anything within 10% is an acceptable range. It’s simply impossible to keep track of every consumer and business out there! However, check with your list provider on what their “Guaranteed Deliverability” is before you pull the trigger on an order with them.

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5 Benefits of Using Direct Mail Postcards

Steve Cuno, Response Agency

Before you decide not to try postcards, you might want to speak with a peppered moth. In pre-industrial England, the best way for a peppered moth to avoid bird-food status was to inherit light coloring, park on a lichen or tree, and blend in. But as factories arose, the attendant pollution began killing off lichens and blackening trees. Against this changed background, peppered moths with dark coloring suddenly flourished.

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