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MULTICHANNEL MERCHANT » LISTS & DATA - BUSINESS-14-05-2013
How are catalog list owners like the U.S. Postal Service? Both keep raising prices to make up for business shortfalls. And catalogers can’t ignore this vicious cycle, Bill LaPierre told attendees of the NEMOA conference in Portland, ME, in September.
How often should you mail?
You can find the right frequency by doing a horizontal mailing test.
Brace yourself for more bad postal news. The U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors has announced a $5.4 billion loss, and this means direct marketers may face a 2008 rate hike of 20% or more. Here are five easy-to-implement tactics for dealing with this threat.
With the massive postage increase that took affect this past May, catalogers must decide where to cut their budgets to preserve profitability. Most catalogers contemplate cutting circulation, printing, paper, and postage. Jim Coogan offers advice that can keep you from cutting circulation.
According to New York-based media brokerage firm ParadyszMatera, the pet supplies market list segment has increased during the past two years.
It sounds like something out of Alice in Wonderland. Merchants, so desperate for relief on the postal front, now have to stop mailing some good customers
Two-thirds of the American population participates in outdoor activities ranging from hunting and fishing to camping and hiking, accounting for $33 billion
Here’s some advice for anyone looking for a co-op database: Play the field. That is, don’t rely on only one. Try them all, and go with the ones that work.
Given all the hoopla in the ’90s about how technology would enable one-to-one marketing, you’d think by now everybody would be receiving personalized catalogs. But few catalogers have embraced the strategy
Catalogers must cut waste out of their circulation to fight the spiraling costs postage, paper and printing. A powerful tool for eliminating non-responsive names is to test the bottom of your house file reactivation models.