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Where’s Mongo?

Congratulations to Kathi Glenn with
Business Services at SDSU.
She correctly identified that Mongo was
at the Carlsbad Flower Fields last month.

Enter our drawing for your chance to win!

Tell us where Mongo is, using the Contact Us link on our website. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook!

Deadline for entry is April 30, 2019.

Find Mongo. Let us know the exact* location where he was standing this month and you will be entered for a chance to win a $25 gift certificate to a local restaurant.

* Must be the exact standing location of Mongo in the photo above, not the general location. Example. SDCCU Stadium Parking lot Section G2. Not SDCCU Stadium.
One entry per person.

Ask Cindy

Direct mail increases sales

Many people’s purchasing decisions are influenced by direct mail.
As noted in the image below, 62 percent of consumers who responded to direct mail in the past six months made a purchase.

Call us today to find out how you can get your Mail Marketing Campaign started!

Consider these statistics:

Direct mail is tangible. It’s a physical item people open up and see. Not only do they open it, but recipients actually read and respond to direct mail. Then, best of all, it results in purchases!

A simple look at the facts will reveal how these statistics compare with digital marketing.

The average email open rate across all small and medium businesses in the U.S. is 24.79 percent.

With a direct mail open rate of 66 percent, you don’t need much mental math to know that snail mail’s open rate is more than double!

Direct mail gets opened and read because it’s tangible. If you’re like me, there are plenty of starred emails in my inbox I want to go back and read. But, as new emails come in, those stars continue to shift lower and lower in my inbox. Often, I suddenly find my inbox overflowing, and I need to start deleting. These emails, with information I genuinely want to read, never get opened.

On the other hand, if there’s physical mail I want to read, I keep it right in front of me where it can’t be missed. The bi-weekly coupon from our local grocery store goes up on the bulletin board, safe and sound where it won’t be lost. Not only do we remember to use that coupon, the store’s branding has a place of prominence in our house.

Go to our website for more information or to 
request an Estimate, or call us at 619-593-8121 x114