Let’s be honest, your postcard mailer and other direct mail campaigns can get a little pricey if you want to do something customized and unique. Once you’ve factored in the number of recipients, postcard mailing rate, and other mailing necessities, there is often little left in your budget to spend on the actual prints! But the strength and success of a campaign is not necessarily in the printing expense but in the idea itself. Here are 5 ways that you can stand-out-from-the-crowd and 5 brilliant examples of successful postcard mailer and direct mailing campaings:
We recently spoke to Phillip Ethington, co-founder of Sweetheart Shout Out and asked him about how NextDayFlyers helps his business by being the perfectionist print partner that he can trust.
Don’t know what paper to use for your printing? Not sure what all the substrates sizes are? Take a look at our a handy paper types infographic to use as a reference for all your print projects.
Confidence in the housing market is coming back. Take L.A. and Orange County areas as examples: although housing inventories are relatively low, the demand for homes are running high. And home prices around the country have been on a steady increase. If you’re a realtor, it’s the perfect time to seize the opportunity and make sure all your marketing materials are in tip-top shape.
Here are ways to give your business a boost while the market is hot.
Church marketing during Easter is difficult for many traditional church groups. Being the most popular and reverent time in the calendar, it’s often difficult to balance the significance of this somber occasion with any sense of celebration or happiness. However, for a modern church, Easter should not be such an earnest occasion and churches shouldn’t hesitate to create events that celebrate our families, communities, and our love of God and each other.
Whether you observe Christmas, Hannukah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice, Festivus or the Pastafarian Holiday, don’t forget to celebrate the season with good food, good times, and good design! Here are 21 holiday cards to inspire your own paper (or digital) greetings for loved ones this winter.
When the postcards of artist and photographer Liz Huston caught our eyes coming off the presses, we here at NextDayFlyers wanted to find out more. The self-taught artist printed her beautifully haunting photo montages on Art Deco-inspired postcards to use as giveaways for fans at events. We interviewed the born-and-raised Los Angeles artist/photographer about her work, what inspires her, and more.
When it came to paper products, wedding invitations were more commonly used by privileged members of society who could afford fancy engraved stationery. Shortly after World War II, affordable mass-produced wedding stationery allowed everyone to incorporate high-society etiquette into their events. Today, invitations are the No. 1 wedding item shopped for online by brides, and they account for just under one third of online wedding-related purchases.