When it comes to ROI, some channels are just more effective than others. Knowing the effectiveness of each channel puts you in control. For example, did you know that one channel has an open/read rate of 42%? […]
One of the most powerful consumer trends of 2020, and now 2021, has been the move to the suburbs. Yes, the ‘burbs. The suburbanization of America is changing the way we live, work, and play. This trend was in place before the COVID-19 pandemic, but the nationwide health crisis has accelerated it. […]
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 of digital media, but for best results, it needs to remain [...]
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Acquisition adds sophisticated, personalized communications capabilities. Graphic Village announced today that it has acquired DMS ink (formerly Dayton Mailing Services), located in Yellow Springs, OH. The Yellow Springs facility will continue to operate, under the Graphic Village name. […]
Is your marketing getting stale? Is your target audience tuning out your mailings because you keep repeating the same campaign over and over? Maybe it’s time to mix things up. Here are five ideas to make people pay attention to your direct mailings again.
In a world infatuated with digital, print marketers have a secret in their pockets—print. Here are three reasons why print still packs a wallop, even in a digital world.
Are you among the marketers who have not yet started sending personalized direct mail and email communications? Are you still using a “one size fits all” marketing strategy?