As this direct mail piece shows, healthcare management is about much more than making sure the bills get paid.
As this email shows, you can offer a prospect the smallest of tastes to whet their appetites for much more.
When I travel, I send postcards to friends, reminding them of where I am. I opt for the cheesier ones. You know the ones.
Being in business comes with a set of challenges, which, as this direct mail pieces says, some marketers understand.
When holiday shopping ramps up, you need to get your prospect’s attention in the email inbox however you can.
A free trial membership is no mere throw-in with a major purchase, as this direct mail package shows.
As this email shows, content can be a great way to keep consumers informed and engaged.
Americans spend billions of dollars in supermarkets, but these retailers miss opportunities to truly leverage these purchases. Join Who’s Mailing What!’s Paul Bobnak as he looks at how variable data printing can result in more personalized mail.
Well, another Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, which means lots of V-Day email in my inbox. They’ve been rolling in for weeks.
A direct mail catalog can provide a lot of value to its customers simply by repositioning its existing products.
Email can be a secret medium, which is why this message is so special.
Most travel marketing promotes bookings for specific trips or stays, but not this direct mail package.
Credit card customers have lots of tools available to make their lives easier, as this email shows.
Looking at all the email American Apparel has been sending me, I’ve been feeling a little nostalgic. And now it’s going away.
In a very competitive marketplace, a standout direct mail package can make a big impression.