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Direct Mail Strategies to Engage a Hispanic Audience

Posted September 29, 2021 by in Strategy and Analysis

Today, Hispanics make up 20% of the U.S. population. At 62.3 million, they are the fastest growing population segment that fuels demographic changes, cultural transformation, and economic growth. Yet, many marketers struggle to engage with this large audience and often fail to provide them with culturally relevant direct mail. There are three myths we hear  […]

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Marrying Direct Mail and Social Media for an Authentic Brand Experience

Posted August 18, 2021 by in Direct Marketing Trends, Strategy and Analysis

We’re always on the lookout for bold and innovative ways to improve our clients’ performance marketing efforts and provide a more authentic brand experience. For many clients, an effective technique to accomplish this is to marry direct mail and social media efforts to create multiple, cohesive touchpoints that connect with specific individuals throughout their day  […]

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After the Pandemic, Customer Journey Maps Are More Important Than Ever

Posted June 16, 2021 by in Strategy and Analysis

At IWCO Direct, our number one priority in building successful omnichannel marketing campaigns is to understand our clients’ business. Not just what our clients’ needs might be from a brand and corporate standpoint, but truly, what are the needs of their buyers. We have a rigorous approach to our campaign planning that involves understanding the  […]

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A 4-Step Process for Developing an Effective Marketing Strategy Based on the Cost Per Sale

Posted May 19, 2021 by in Strategy and Analysis

In my last post, I defined cost per lead (CPL), cost per sale (CPS), and allowable cost per sale (ACPS) in relation to your direct marketing budget and mail quantities. That being said, effective marketing strategy is not just about these costs, but how you use that information to inform future campaigns and measurably improve the ROI of your marketing efforts. These four simple steps will help you and your team use this data to your advantage.

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