Why “seed” mail is not always representative of your mail delivery

Direct mailers generally add seed names to their mailing list that are mailed to themselves and other members of their company or organization.  Other than to see for themselves that the mailing was conducted with the quality they expected, many use seeds as a barometer […]

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USPS Announces Rate Adjustment for 2012

There is some good news and some not so good news.  The not so good news is that First Class postage is going up by a penny.  On the flip side of that, the USPS also announced that for First Class mail, the second ounce […]

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Reduce Postage Costs with Drop Shipping

Drop Shipping is where a mailer moves their mailing to a postal facility closer to the destination before handing it over to the Postal Service. The further downstream mail is entered into the system, the greater the postage discount given to the mailer. The USPS […]

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