When you market to new movers, you can really stand out by mailing a premium that’s literally meant to stick around.
Direct mail freemiums can seem pretty dull but sometimes a tactic makes me sit up and take notice … and it all started with dying bees.
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Here is some of what will be covered in the fast-moving 45 minutes:
- The innovative direct mail formats that drive response vs. the "all-show-and-no-go" variety
- Examples of superb personalization along with non-personalized mail that still manages to be relevant
- The premiums and freemiums that are trending upwards, and how to position these gifts to generate response
- Striking examples of direct mail design that get prospects to open the envelope
- Select "Grand Controls," or über-successful mailings that have been mailed for over three years and are worth studying in depth
- The great "copy drivers" on outer envelopes as well in letters and reply devices that get prospects to act
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The fight among fundraisers for donor dollars is real, especially among cancer charities that take many different routes to getting attention and then gifts from prospects. Take Susan G. Komen for the Cure and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, for example, and two of their prominent direct mail "controls."
Nonprofits That Use Premiums the Most* World Wildlife Fund Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund The Arthritis Foundation National Museum of African American History and Culture National Audubon Society Women for Women International Nature Conservancy The Union of Concerned Scientists Food and Water Watch Southern Poverty Law Center * Measuring direct mail in 1Q 2013 (Who's Mailing…
Freemiums are those wonderful (or annoying, depending on your perspective as a mailer or a recipient) little free gifts inside the direct mail piece. Fundraisers have used them for decades, feeding the reciprocity urge within all prospects to give back after they themselves just received something, especially when it was free!
Direct mail has always been the key marketing channel for launching or relaunching a magazine. Formerly, that meant a splashy magalog. But times have changed, as publishers don't want to invest that kind of cash — yet they also hesitate to send out the common voucher for a new title.
Everyone recognizes that magazine publishers have gone the way of the voucher the last few years, as magalogs and other acquisition packages are rare sights in the mailstream, unfortunately. However, that doesn't mean that magazine publishers are standing pat when trying to win subscribers through the mail.