Marketing To Seniors

By | March 30th, 2021 65 year old senior opening the mail

Marketing to Seniors Table of Contents Is reaching the senior market critical to your business? While a targeted senior mailing list is crucial for reaching this demographic, a strategic omnichannel marketing campaign can help boost your marketing outreach. Omnichannel marketing takes your current messaging and expands it across other mediums to create cohesive and seamless campaigns. […]

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Mailing List Campaigns – How to Calculate ROI

By | March 27th, 2021

When using mailing lists to expand your business, it’s vital to keep track of the costs as well as revenue. By tying the cost of each promotional activity directly to its revenue, you will be able to determine the profitability of your marketing campaigns an make better decisions on how to buy mailing lists. ROI – Return […]

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Guide to a Successful Mailing List Campaign

By | March 27th, 2021 More than a list broker

Many businesses can increase sales and improve their bottom line by using direct mail. Sending out periodic direct response mailings will create inquiries that salespeople can convert to new sales and new customers. Doing so requires the use of quality mailing lists. A small startup may be able to do it from their kitchen table, but […]

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Purchase Mailing Lists – A Direct Marketing Winner

By | February 18th, 2021 Direct mail isn't dead

Picking a direct marketing winning strategy in 2021 can be tough. But, we have found that direct mail marketing is still having high returns. Lists today can be optimized by the audience’s intent to purchase and they can be further optimized through machine learning. When you looking purchase a mailing lists that are custom made, […]

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Use Infographics to Boost Your Marketing

By | May 26th, 2015

People are visual, and images and infographics make an impact. If you want your audience to remember your message, using an image is always a good idea. Memorial Day is just around the corner, so it seemed apt to use this favorite American holiday as an example of how infographics can give your message impact. […]

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April Fools Marketing is No Joke

By | March 31st, 2015

There is no better day to have a little bit of fun with your customers than on April Fools’ Day. Many companies do April Fools’ publicity stunts—who doesn’t love Google’s hijinks? It’s not too late to have some fun this year, especially if you’ve been building a good email marketing list. The key to a […]

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How to Develop Content That Works

By | July 22nd, 2014

How to Develop Content That Works “My website is a beast that must be fed,” a real estate broker recently lamented. And the website’s favorite food is content. Your website, email campaigns, and social media channels can’t get enough of it. But is more content better if your audience doesn’t read what you’re writing? If […]

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The 5 Most Common Email Marketing Myths Debunked

By | June 24th, 2014

The 5 Most Common Email Marketing Myths Debunked Email marketing can be intimidating—the terror of being blacklisted for spamming keeps many businesses from exploring this very effective marketing channel. However, a 2013 study found that 77% of consumers chose email as their preferred channel for receiving permission-based promotional messages. Your customers want to get email […]

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Know Your Email Bounces

By | June 3rd, 2014

Know Your Email Bounces Bounce. Why does such a happy word make email marketers shudder? Because bounce rates impact the deliverability of your beautiful email marketing campaigns. Too many hard bounces can even make the ISPs distrust your intentions and label you as a spammer. To keep your email marketing campaigns performing well, here is […]

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How to Get More Out of Your In-House Mailing List

By | April 29th, 2014

How to Get More Out of Your In-House Mailing List Businesses build their in-house mailing lists in a variety of ways—from inputting information on a business card to capturing contact information when making a sale. Entering the data happens automatically, although often businesses only collect bits and pieces of customer information—email addresses for some, postal […]

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