Sometimes you want a little extra in your direct marketing projects. What you are doing may be great, but there are times when you need a little something more. When that happens, you can look to specialty techniques and processes. Here are five design techniques for when you need something to knock your audience’s socks off.
From contactless payments to logins at the doctor’s office, pandemic-related precautions are fueling a surge in QR Codes. This is great news for businesses. As your customers and prospects become more accustomed to using QR Codes during the pandemic, this opens the door to greater use for customer engagement and marketing activities, as well.
Let’s face it. Marketing isn’t easy. There are so many things to think about — creative, offer, list, personalization, and more. Are those extra hours of investment worth it? To find the answer, let’s look at the results of a classic study from The Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT).
When planning a marketing campaign, businesses often think they have to choose between direct mail and email. Not true! The intelligent approach is to use both. Here are five ways to use direct mail and email together to get the best results.
Do you have loyal customers? Do you even know? According to experts, there are “loyalty behaviors” that, when tracked, can help you understand how loyal your customers are. Once you have the answer, you can develop marketing strategies to improve loyalty where necessary and keep those customer relationships strong.