There's this new fangled thing called email. You may have heard of it.
It's basically taken over the world and replaced social interaction with incorrect grammar and smiley faces. LOL, if you get my drift. Despite the loss, email is a very powerful and effective means of keeping in touch with your clients. A properly designed newsletter provides timely and informative information; leading current clients back to your website and enticing new customers to pay you a visit. E-newsletters are a cost effective and easily measurable method of spreading the word about who you are and what you sell. They are also a great way to invite clients to an upcoming event you are hosting or an educational session you are speaking at.
Cubicle Fugitive is a one-stop shop for e-newsletters: We help with all aspects of a campaign from designing the template and creating content to sending out to your subscriber lists and reporting on the effectiveness.
Call us crazy, but there is still nothing like holding an article in your hand while you read it. We love our iPads, Kindles, Blackberry’s and computers, but nothing has replaced our love for the printed word. If your clients are like us, we can definitely help you design your next print newsletter – we can even help with copywriting for it too.
Direct mail is a great way to get in front of new patients, referrals or potential clients. Whether you choose to target specific groups through geo-targeting and snail mail, or want to send a newsletter via email to a qualified recipient list, we can help.
For your next direct mail campaign, we will help you:
- Better understand your target market and how to reach them
- Determine what postal codes you want your piece sent to and/or help clean your email lists and keep them CASL compliant
- Design your direct mail piece or email communications
- Write content and messaging for your direct mail piece
- Facilitate the printing and distribution of your piece
- Distribute and track your online direct mail
- Make sure people read your piece by peering into their windows (not really, that’s illegal)