2 Easy Ways To Give Your Postcard Marketing Campaign A Boost

Direct mail is dead, right?

It’s too expensive.

Nobody reads it.

And besides, email marketing is faster and cheaper. and for these reasons you should eliminate your direct mail marketing campaigns in favor of online marketing, right?

Wrong!

Direct mail is better than ever for the simple fact that so many small business owners are focused on Social Media… email marketing… and all the other online marketing shiny objects that your prospects metal mailbox is empty.

So would you rather compete in an empty metal mailbox?

Or be another email in a pile of hundreds?

The answer is obvious.

And in today’s article I’m going to talk about postcard marketing. In particular the two things you can do to give your next postcard campaign a shot in the arm.

Ready? OK, let’s get rolling.

2 Easy Ways To Give Your Postcard Marketing Campaign (PMC) A Boost:

1. The most important part of a successful PMC campaign.

Recently, I had a conversation with an “expert” on postcard marketing. And when I asked her what the most important thing was on a postcard marketing campaign she told me hands down it was how your prospect feels when they read your postcard.

Really?

I politely ended our conversation knowing I was not talking to an expert on postcard marketing. That’s because the most important element on a postcard marketing campaign (as well as any other marketing promotion you run) is your OFFER.

Plain and simple. What offer are you making on your postcard? Is it clear? Can someone recognize within a few seconds what they get for reading your postcard? If so, and assuming your offer is strong enough, then you may have yourself a smash hit.

If your offer is weak, or if it can’t be read, then you might as well flush your money down the drain because your postcard campaign will never work.

2. The second most important part to a successful PMC.

Alright, so you included a killer offer on your postcard. Now what? Is that all you need? Nope. Truth is the second most important element is your deadline. Do you have a deadline? If so, how long is it? And where is it on your postcard? Can you prospect see it alongside your offer?

If you have a killer offer next to a tight deadline, then you’ve got the best chance of having your next postcard marketing campaign succeed.

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