As you begin to plan and design a direct mail campaign, there are some essential guidelines to understand and follow to ensure deliverability and cost-effectiveness. If followed, you can ensure your mailpiece will be deliverable and that you will get the best rate at the post office. First, we’ll cover today include the difference between… Read More Mailpiece Specifications
It’s no secret that marketing has evolved and will continue to do so. In a Harvard Business Review article from March 2018, the following chart shows how we’ve gone from a market approach of “mass appeal” to one of relevance, experience, and personalization today. Ideas for adapting to a world without loyalty Using a virtual… Read More B2B Marketing in a World Without Loyalty
We live in the age of data and analytics. The information available today far surpasses that of ten years ago, or even ten months ago. Consumers are continually creating data as they surf the web, view or download content, and make purchases. Unfortunately, many businesses are only able to collect a few small pieces of… Read More Stop. Marketing. Blind.
When the Rubik’s cube was first created in 1974 by Hungarian architect and professor Erno Rubik, it took the creator over a month to solve the colorful puzzle. The cube, as we know it today, is made up of nine colored squares on each of its six sides. For those who have attempted to solve… Read More Three Keys to Make You a Direct Mail Marketing Master
We often work with clients whose business is still in the infancy stage. Some have sold their product only to their first group of customers or had a small group of attendees at an initial few events. In spite of being in the beginning stages, these clients still have a powerful tool at their disposal.… Read More How to Get the Most Out of Your Customer Database
So, you put together a live seminar. If you’re like most of our clients, you probably did a free preview and your topic was something relating to real estate investing, financial planning, or other form of wealth-building opportunities. You had a great event with a decent turnout, but now what? It’s time to start the… Read More How to Conduct a Seminar Marketing Campaign Analysis
Due to privacy concerns, the client this case study was written about will be referred to as Company XYZ. Background Company XYZ is a merchant services company. They provide equipment and services for credit card and e-commerce payment processing to both large and small businesses. Their national reach includes a 300-employee call center and data… Read More Case Study: The Value of Customized Data
Omnichannel marketing is a way of reaching potential customers through a variety of channels. It’s all about creating a seamless experience between those channels and strategically meeting people where they want to be. Why should I use an omnichannel marketing strategy? 30% higher lifetime customer values are attributed to consumers shopping across multiple channels. 86%… Read More Omnichannel Marketing: What Is It?
When the city of Metropolis is in need of rescue from tyranny and trouble, their hero comes flying in to save. Surprisingly, however, it seems that often Metropolis’ citizens failed to recognize their airborne rescuer. “It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s….Superman!” Like Superman, direct mail is often an unrecognized and unsung hero. With the… Read More Five Shocking Facts About Direct Mail
When it comes to hosting an event, it often seems no matter how good the idea, product, program, or training, it’s a challenge to translate the aspiration of a full house of enthused listeners to even a few attendees. However, with the right marketing, an event can be a success. ANS specializes in helping seminar… Read More No Event Attendees? Try Our Event Marketing Timeline