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Mail it smart
7 Keys to Successful Direct Mail
1 Know exactly what the object of mailing is supposed to accomplish.
Do you want more inquiries or is the objective to get inquiries? Or do you want to do a good will or institutional job?
2 Write your copy so that the recipient will know what your product or service will do for the recipient!
Have you appealed to his or her selfish instincts or have you have you used all your space talking about yourself? Have you made your copy human and easy to read? Have you given all the information your prospect needs to take the action you desire?
3 Make the layout and format of your mailing tie in with your overall plan objective.
Many a potential success has turned into a dismal failure because someone forgot that appearance is an important part of the selling impression.
4 Address each mailing piece (correctly) to an individual or company who the product or service you have to sell.
The list is the absolute foundation of a successful direct mail.
5 Make it easy for your prospect to take whatever action you want him to take.
Every mailing should have a call to action: Inquiry, purchase, referral, contribution, phone call - an action that the prospect should take.
6 Tell your story over again.
Very few salespeople make a sale on their first call. Think about sending out frequent mailings to a target mailing list.
7 Research every mailing you make.
Never take anything for granted in industrial direct mail advertising. Don't even trust your own experience. Times and results change. What worked last year may not work today.
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There is no exact recipe, but here are a couple of good advices. Every project has at least three sides and they have to work together as a team: designer, printer and paper merchant.
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