CSG Direct Mail and Mailing Lists

Posted on | comment | CSG Direct Mail helps you get better results with our unique database marketing experience in personalized digital printing and direct mailing services

One of the most effective innovations provided by the USPS has been access to all National Change of Address (NCOA) records to update your mailing list. Unfortunately you have to twist some companies arms to do this service for you. That is why the US Postal Service has decided to make it mandatory.

17% of your database moves every year on average and when you mail Presorted Standard (old 3rd Class) this mail is thrown out by the Postal Service unless you pay to get it sent back you.

The value of recovering even 5% of your database is huge, let alone 17% for 1 year or 40% if you haven’t done it yet at all. We have been doing this so long (early adopter) that we have some very specific tools and methods to take it to the next level for you. Database Marketers know the value of the cleanest data possible and you will too.

If you want to maintain response rates from 2-7% you must be on top of your game and NCOA Link® is one of the tools we pros use everyday.

Direct Mailing Innovations and the best Variable Data Printing from CSG Direct Mail get you Better Results Fast. Find out how our newest innovations and decades of proven results make us the direct mailing services partner and variable data specialists you are looking for.

Ak us anything or give us a call at 800-881-2150.

2 Responses to “CSG Direct Mail and Mailing Lists”

  1. Kathy Conflenti

    We are looking for mailing labels with very specific search parameters. Can you assist us with this? Our targeted mailing should include:

    Households with annual income of $100,000+
    Households with children 14 or under
    Households with children enrolled in private schools
    Zip codes: 85262, 85331, 85263, 85255, 85266

    Reply
    • mailman

      We can do that. The ‘private schools’ is the part that would take the most time. Do you have something you want to send them on a regular basis?

      Reply

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