Did Your EDDM Postcard Advertising Campaign Work?

Every Door Direct Mail – Retail is a low cost way to drive local customers to your business. It only costs 17.6 cents per postcard to deliver them through USPS. You simply select local USPS carrier routes (neighborhoods) surrounding your business location.

Selecting the local USPS carrier routes is simple using a USPS mapping tool. You simply enter an address at the center of the area you want to cover (presumably your place of business or another location). As you point to areas on the map an outline of various carrier routes pops up. The tool shows you the number of homes, PO boxes and businesses in that route.

The cost of the postcards depends on size, card stock and volume of cards. For example at our The UPS Store 5183 in Superior, Colorado, we charge somewhere between 15 cents to 30 cents per jumbo post card; depending on the number of cards printed.

In total that means you can print and deliver your jumbo postcards for less than the cost of a postage stamp!

Other benefits of EDDM are, no need for addresses, no barcodes, no permit required, no sorting and more. The reason the cost is so low to deliver is that the cards are delivered to the post office serving the neighborhoods you are mailing to.  The clerk at the counter simply drops the EDDM order in the correct mail carrier’s bin. They do not have to transport it to a sorting facility.Easy! No sorting means no roller marks or tears. The card is delivered to the homes in pristine condition!

We have the ability to service businesses in our local area and also nationally. Click here to find us. Mention this article and get 10% off your first EDDM order. Ask for Ken Davis.

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