Men's Health

Blockbuster Direct Mail 2004 Axel Andersson Grand Controls
April 1, 2005

The following is the full list of Grand Controls identified by the Who's Mailing What! Archive as having been mailed for three years or more during the past decade (1995-2004). For more information on any of these mailings, contact Archive Director Paul Bobnak, at (215) 238-5225. Or, to order access to the entire direct mail library of mailings received by the Archive between 1994 and the present, visit www.whosmailingwhat.com. AARP Membership Registration Archive Code: 571AMASRP0604Z AARP Membership Card Archive Code: 571AMASRP0397A AARP Certificate of Admission Archive Code: 573AMASRP1095AZ Advertising Age Year/$69.95 Archive Code: 205ADAGEM0799Z Air & Space 5 + 1

Profile - Harvard Health Publishing (1,905 words)
August 1, 2002

By Alicia Orr Suman Profile: Harvard Health Publishing Marketing newsletters by mail requires a solid dose of promotion. But for Harvard Health Publishing, the serious subject matter of its editorial means its sales tactics have to be tempered. The challenge for Harvard Health Publishing is to sell subscriptions to its five monthly titles in a newsletter market that's full of sometimes outrageous promotional promises: miracle cures, fast money, instant wealth. It's within this environment that the publisher must continually strive to get its sales message across clearly, effectively and with just

Internet Special Report--E-mail Done Right (1,783 words)
August 1, 2001

Best Practices for this exploding medium By Edward Fischer Done right, e-mail marketing can bring you new customers and more revenue at a lower cost than ever before. Done wrong, it can generate virtually no response. Worse, it can alienate, confuse or anger your current customers. About 536 billion e-mail messages were sent in the United States during 2000, according to New Century Communications. With about 100 million e-mail users in the United States, that comes to more than 5,000 messages per year, per person—or nearly 15 messages per user per day, every day of the year. Even if you're skeptical about the