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USPS's Top 10 Stories of 2012

January 2, 2013
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The Postal Service faced its own fiscal cliff in 2012 while the larger mailing industry continued to press for reform and innovation. But don’t count mail out just yet. A strong election season reminded many Americans that mail still matters, even in the digital age. And in Europe, one postal operator didn’t let 500 years of history stand in the way of reinventing itself. Looking over the headlines, the staff at the Office of Inspector General has pulled together the list below of the top 10 postal stories for 2012. After you read them, vote for your top story...

 

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U.S. Postal Service Plans Half-Dozen Mailing Promotions for 2013
October 25, 2012 From PR Newswire
To help marketers prepare earlier for its upcoming mail promotions, the U.S. Postal Service for the first time is publishing a yearly promotions calendar. The 2013 Mailing Services Promotions Calendar will include six promotions designed to generate continued interest in the various uses and benefits of mobile barcodes in direct mail—as well as provide opportunities for marketers to be more successful with traditional integrated marketing campaigns.
 
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Direct Mail Still Haunted by the J-Word
September 5, 2012 From Chet Dalzell

Summertime and the living is easy. So I stopped by the local spirits shop for a bottle of pink Sancerre and I was greeted with a window display for Double Cross Vodka that included a tongue-in-cheek campaign called "Project Double Cross." Of course, the campaign's creator had to get his digs on direct mail

 

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