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January 15, 2018

  Is your business looking to free up heavy mailing costs or de-bloat your CRM of inaccurate contact records? Let us help get you back in shape!    Data Hygiene Your business may be spending money marketing to customers that aren’t even getting your messages. A good data cleanup can help correct contacts that have Read More

January 19, 2016

Bad news!  By itself, your mail probably doesn’t qualify for the best postal discounts.      What can you do, to save on postage?     First, go ahead and produce your mail. (Lettershop Manager Sam Mazzola and VP of Sales Sean Gebbie run a letter inserter, while Customer Service Rep Al Brewer looks on) Read More

January 14, 2016

The purpose of this blog post is to help our partners who are new to the process of commingling mail. If you take a moment and skim through these posts, you’ll hopefully have a better understanding of the mail commingling process. 1. https://mw-direct.com/best-way-save-money-on-postage/  This first link is a simple and basic overview of commingling – Read More

December 8, 2015

What you don’t know about commingling mail can cost you time and money! The mail industry is complex, and navigating the USPS can seem intimidating – to the point of stopping a lot of marketers, mailers and other organizations from realizing significant postal savings. Demystifying commingled mail may help you decide if it’s a good Read More

November 3, 2015

The terms presort and commingle are often used interchangeably in the world of mail … sometimes even by mail professionals themselves.  But there is a difference, which is helpful to understand when you are seeking the lowest postage rates for your business or organization.     In a nutshell, presorting mail is grouping mail by Read More

October 9, 2015

How do we save money? It’s a simple, common question asked every day; but, the answers are increasingly elusive for operations managers and company controllers. Labor isn’t getting cheaper.  Supplies such as paper products … not getting any cheaper. Production processes might be getting smarter and more streamlined, but most of us can’t ultimately save Read More