12 Direct Mailing Services for Your Small Business

GABRIELLE PICKARD-WHITEHEAD | August 29, 2019

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Think direct mail as a form of business marketing and communication is dead and buried? Well, think again.Research shows direct mail campaigns generate five times more purchases than email campaigns.As a result, small businesses, sending direct mail to customers and prospects get results. For example, postcards to catalogs have become a cost-effective way to ensure your message stands out.

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