[webproducers] Re: Web Design firm marketing

  • From: Michael James Pinto <michaeljamespinto@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: webproducers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 4 Feb 2003 18:23:59 -0800 (PST)

--- "Tim Slavin (Red House Communications, LLC)"
<tim@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On the direct marketing side, in the real world, meat space, you
> might look at postcard marketing (www.postcardmarketingsecrets.com). 
> It's something different. Vendors like Modern Postcards
> (www.modernpostcards.com) and Amazing Mail (www.amazingmail.com) have
> decent lists (about .13/address with some targeting), help you with
> design, print the cards, and let you use their bulk mail account to
> get .22/piece mailing cost. Something to consider. You would need 
> to mail at least 3 cards against your list to get a decent response. 
> The website has a good explanation of what it's about if it 
> interests you.

Thanks, that's pretty good advice. I should have been a bit more clear
- I'm only looking for "old fashion analog" address not e-mail ones.
But in fact I was thinking of a series of promotional printed mailings.


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