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3 Ways Personalization Benefits Your Non-profit Fundraising

Fundraising is the lifeblood of any nonprofit. If you want people to give to your mission, they need to know about your mission, care about that mission, and understand the difference you make in the world.  

Personalizing
your communications helps achieve these goals. How? Because it […]

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Want to Sell More? Make Your Marketing Customer-Centric

Your customer communications, whether print, email, or mobile, are the face of your business. If your conversation isn’t meaningful, your products never get noticed. That’s why customer-centricity (or making the customer central to every interaction) is critical to your success. Here are five steps to […]

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Touch Your Customers with Surveys and Watch Sales Grow

It’s a standard rule of thumb in marketing. It costs 10 times less to keep the customers you have than to generate new ones. This means one of the best uses of your marketing dollars is to maintain customer loyalty. One of the easiest ways […]

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Persistence Pays Off with 1400% ROI

Very often, buyers need more than one contact before they make a purchase. Sometimes, especially with more complex sales, they need an entire series of contacts to bring awareness, educate, and answer questions. By using gentle persistence and multiple touches, you can get far better […]

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When It Comes to Typography, Look Like a Pro

What distinguishes professional communications from amateur ones? Details! Companies putting out professional direct mail, email, and mobile communications take the time to get it right. Here are five very common typography conventions that many companies get wrong, but that can set you apart by doing […]

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How to Stay in Touch Without Being Annoying

What makes for great direct mail? It’s content, but it’s also timing and frequency. The ideal number of mailings is often said to be eight to ten per year. However, while repetition is essential, you don’t want to annoy people either. To be effective, you […]

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Saving Money on Print by Using Digital Storefronts

When it comes to ordering print, did you know that you can save money by changing from traditional ordering methods, such as sending email requests or placing orders over the phone, to a streamlined automated storefront? Here are five ways this simple change can boost […]

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5 Tips for Marketing During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty for everyone, including buyers. But this doesn’t mean that people aren’t making purchases. It just means that your marketing should reflect higher sensitivity to the overall challenges they might be facing. Let’s look at five keys to marketing during […]

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Personalization: It Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated

When it comes to personalization in marketing, both digital and print, are you still on the sidelines? Do you want to give personalization a try, but think it’s too complicated? It doesn’t have to be. Here are five ways to think about personalized marketing to […]

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Consumers Continue Their Love Affair with Print

Despite the meteoric rise of digital marketing, consumers still have a love affair with print. From direct mail to packaging to signage and in-store displays, print continues to be critical to marketers’ success. It’s not that marketers need to focus on print to the exclusion […]

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