You’re in luck! Green is the hue of choice in the next edition of our popular color series, which helps marketers and designers understand the psychological importance of color in not only print promotions, but digital too. After all, green is the shade of money, luck and momentum. Learn why this underestimated pigment can help customers and prospects give your business the green light.
Direct mail certainly is not lacking in the rewards category. We all know that with each campaign, we’re using a marketing tactic that’s not only proven to yield the highest ROI of any advertising channel, but allows for highly-effective, cost-efficient targeting. At the conclusion of a campaign, I often fixate exclusively on the impressive response rates that a mailer produces – but over time, it’s easy to forget about the variety of secondary advantages produced by direct mail. So for those who need a little reminding, here are a few of the overlooked – but praiseworthy – benefits that we marketers enjoy from direct mail:
Choosing price over quality for your marketing campaigns can mean the difference between acquiring more business and losing out. Your print promotions and direct mail pieces are more often than not, the first introduction of your company to a prospective customer – so why settle for flimsy and unforgettable to represent your products and services?
Texas-based commercial photographer Tadd Myers shares his passion for capturing unique stories, one frame at a time. From operating a printing press at the age of 15, to refining his photography craft, to creating a book that honors the men and women who handcraft products in the USA – read more about his professional journey and why he relies on Modern Postcard.
The proliferation of channels has been a game-changer for marketers in many significant ways, as there are now countless tactics and platforms for driving customer engagement. This variety is great since the average prospective customer in today’s marketplace requires an assortment of advertising messages before taking action. However, it poses a measurability challenge for businesses: how do we attribute revenue when we have so many different marketing programs in play?