Tiffany Kaminski | January 12, 2014
How to Affordably Get into Mailboxes Using 4 x 6 Postcards
Your marketing budget shouldn't suffer just because you want to reach more customers, clients, and vendors. Budget constraints and your time schedule are two of the most significant factors involved in planning a project. Therefore, it is no doubt important to meet your printing needs at the most affordable cost and quickest delivery times possible, no matter what project you’re working on.
4 x 6 postcards are the answer
4 x 6 postcard printing is one of the best ways to get your marketing campaign inside mailboxes for your business. Whether you are targeting a small neighborhood or an entire state, you’ll be able to promote your products and services to the whole area. Combine an efficient marketing piece with direct mailing services, and your team will save time and money.
No matter what industry, 4 x 6 postcards can be used as promotional pieces or a number of other purposes. Promote a new product or service. Send client or customer thank you cards, event announcements or invitations. Offer coupons or feedback cards.
With the versatility of postcards, direct mail services can accommodate just about any reason you have for delivering your message into more mailboxes.Direct mailing services can offer your business:
- Processing of mailing lists
- Duplication removal
- CASS Certification
- Inkjet addressing
- Postal presorting
- Delivery to USPS
That makes your mailing pretty convenient. While your direct mail postcards make their way to your clients, you can focus on more important things for your business, rather than worrying about all the logistics in-between.
Start your own 4 x 6 postcard campaign today
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