By Greg Meeker, Vice President, Sales/Co-owner It’s a challenging time for all of us associated with the printing industry. Publishers, print buyers, marketers, paper companies, printing companies – we’re all… [Read More]
Category Archives: USPS Forms and Updates
Utilizing handwriting fonts on direct mail, envelopes, letters and marketing collateral can draw attention to and personalize key messaging particulary when paired with variable data and imaging. For help with… [Read More]
Direct Mail continues to deliver in the wake of the pandemic. USPS Promotions are a great way to save on postage and try a new marketing strategy. Tactile, Sensory and… [Read More]
The USPS has announced changes that will take effect on August 29, 2021. Some of the highlights include: First-Class Mail Forever stamp will increase to 58 cents. First-Class postcard maximum… [Read More]
Bulk mail or bulk mailing, also known as commercial mail and marketing mail, is a classification of mailings through the USPS which allows for discounted rates on postage based upon… [Read More]
Ah, direct mail. A non-invasive, informative, personal and fun form of marketing! Put some muscle in your corner and make sure it’s part of the media mix in your next… [Read More]
Postal rate changes will take effect on January 26, 2020. Here’s your guide to the postal rate changes. On average, price increases reflect a 2% increase. No change in First… [Read More]
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The following information lists USPS rate changes and pricing that take effect January 27, 2019. Changes to First-Class Mail® Commercial Letters, Cards, and Flats: The Full Service IMB discount for… [Read More]
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