You do? Well, then, it should be an easy thing to go to the SRDS (Standard Rate and Data Service) and do it all yourself.
Becoming a list broker requires training and a full understanding of virtually the entire Direct Marketing industry, from email messaging to state and Federal postal requirements to data privacy issues you really do not want to mess around with.
The easy and most productive thing to do is to have a Certified List Broker such as Mail Management Group source your mail or email list for you.
For one thing, we can save you money versus acquiring a list on your own. That should be enough of a reason right there!
And, experienced as we are, we know how and where to get right kind of list AND THEN massage it into one that will actually work for you. The result will be a targeted list of actual leads for your business, based on various criteria including demographics, interests, purchasing behavior, and/or other specific parameters you identify.
Having such a highly specific audience will increase your chances of engagement and conversions and it will minimize wasted resources as it maximizes ROI.
And just think: You won’t have to waste your valuable time doing it yourself!
So next time you’re planning a mailing of any sort, have us develop a recipient list for you or have us augment your current list with some new prospects. It can have a profound effect on the success of your mailing, be it by post or email.
Really want to try to do it yourself?
Just go to the SRDS and have at it.
Have you ever heard of NATIONAL HERO DAY?
How about NATIONAL GET TO KNOW YOUR CUSTOMERS DAY?
Both are examples of little-known holidays you can use for mail and/or email marketing. You can send a celebratory message to a holiday’s niche market or a notice of observance to the world at large.
Mail Management Group compiles a list of such opportunities on our website. Click here to see what’s in store for October! When you see one you’d like to jump onto, let us know and we can help you get started.
Congratulations to Gregory Garner with NACM Commercial Services, our August “Where’s Mongo?” winner.
He correctly found Mongo at the Cat in the Hat statue in front of the Geisel Library at UCSD and won a $50 gift certificate to the Brigantine restaurant!
Rachel presenting Gregory with his award, alongside Mark and Mike Morton of the Brigantine.