E-mail, banner ads, and affiliates – we’re inundated with online advertising. It’s just the world we live in. As a blogger I see it continually and frankly I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t even NOTICE some of the ads. So, if you want to get the word out about your brand what do you do to stand out from the crowd?
I still love sending and receiving letters and cards. When I work on a project with someone new I usually send a Thank You card in the mail. I keep notebooks by my bed, and my calendar is kept in a traditional Filofax. There’s something about taking a pen to paper that has so much more meaning.
Face it – I know that YOU look forward to the mail person each day!
Sometimes doing something DIFFERENT is as simple as getting back to basics. The next time your brand wants to get the word out about a new product or service, why not try a postcard printing service like PrintRunner? I especially like these for local businesses. I know that if a local restaurant, dry cleaner or new store sends me a postcard for an upcoming sale or special, I put it up on the refrigerator door, so that I remember to use it.
Have you ever tried direct mailing to build a stronger connection with your clients? If not, then postcard printing is a good choice for you! With PrintRunner’s custom postcard printing, you can impress potential customers and increase your profit by creating attractive and persuasive postcard design to give the ideal image for your business.
You have NO IDEA how to design a card? That’s where Printrunner comes in – they offer an online design tool that takes you step by step through the postcard printing process. The cards come in nine sizes, great color options and most importantly – if you don’t have your own design, it will help you design one. They’ll even mail them out for you if you want.
I’ve been considering having Thank-You postcards printed up with the Champagne Living logo on them, but I’d want the back blank so that I can write a personal note on them. If you were to design postcards, what would YOU use them for?