Postal

USPS Increases Rates on Jan. 21
November 20, 2017 at 8:00 am

Forever stamps will increase from 49 to 50 cents on Jan. 21. On that day, Mailing Services product prices will rise “approximately

An Intercepted Letter to Google
August 8, 2017 at 8:00 am

The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34 to 41 percent over the next five years. The postage increases would be lower than average for magazines that use co-mail and higher than average for less efficient mailers. The PRC announced its proposal to bail out the […]

How to Supercharge Your Direct Mail ROI
May 10, 2017 at 10:34 am

The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34 to 41 percent over the next five years. The postage increases would be lower than average for magazines that use co-mail and higher than average for less efficient mailers. The PRC announced its proposal to bail out the […]

Take It From This Copywriter — You Need a Lift!
March 24, 2017 at 8:00 am

The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34 to 41 percent over the next five years. The postage increases would be lower than average for magazines that use co-mail and higher than average for less efficient mailers. The PRC announced its proposal to bail out the […]

Why the Lift Letter Deserves a Rebirth
March 15, 2017 at 8:37 am

The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34 to 41 percent over the next five years. The postage increases would be lower than average for magazines that use co-mail and higher than average for less efficient mailers. The PRC announced its proposal to bail out the […]

Lead Generation Case Study: Customized Mailings to Drive Registrations
March 10, 2017 at 8:00 am

The Postal Regulatory Commission is proposing that publishers’ postal rates increase by an estimated average of 34 to 41 percent over the next five years. The postage increases would be lower than average for magazines that use co-mail and higher than average for less efficient mailers. The PRC announced its proposal to bail out the […]