Published Oct. 31, 2013
Whether direct mail is currently in your marketing mix, or you’ve never used it before, you won’t want to miss learning about Every Door Direct Mail®, a program USPS created just for small business.
Hear from EDDM2Go how you can take advantage of this reduced postage program to increase sales and awareness from the neighborhoods that matter to your business. Join us for this 1-hour workshop to learn:
- Important facts about mail in today’s digital world
- Why EDDM® is different from and more cost-effective than traditional direct mail
- What it takes to launch a successful EDDM® campaign
- How to make EDDM® an awareness and sales-generating machine for your business
For more information, you can download the list of questions and answers from this webinar and get the Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) Campaign Checklist that was discussed in the presentation.
Presenters: Ron Drenning, Maggie Smith, and Victoria Belknap, EDDM2Go.com
Duration: 1 Hour
Duration: 1 Hour
Ron has made the customer experience his passion for more than 25 years. Most recently, he created the DirectMail2Go and EDDM2Go e-commerce concepts to deliver direct mail and marketing services to small- and medium-sized businesses. He holds an MBA in International Business, and is a Certified Direct Marketer through the Interactive Marketing Institute of Virginia Commonwealth University as well as an active member of the Direct Marketing Association.
Maggie has helped small businesses plan and execute direct marketing campaigns for over 25 years. Most recently, she developed and launched DirectMail2Go and EDDM2Go. She has a BA in Journalism, and is a Certified Direct Marketer through the Interactive Marketing Institute of Virginia Commonwealth University, as well as a Project Management Professional with the Project Management Institute.
Victoria has developed brand and sales-driven direct marketing campaigns for more than 15 years. Most recently, she joined DirectMail2Go and EDDM2Go to continuously enhance the sites’ usefulness for small business. She has an MA in Mass Communications & Media Arts.