How to Use Every Door Direct Mail With Free Design Templates

March 18, 2012 by  Filed under: Marketing 

Since launching Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM), the USPS has mailed millions of flyers and postcards for business advertisers across the country. Using EDDM, any business advertiser can mail flyers and postcards to targeted neighborhoods at a discounted postage rate.

Although the program itself provides huge cost-savings, advertisers still need to pay to have their postcards and flyers designed and printed. There are many printing companies that provide discounted printing rates online, but the design service can still be costly.

The design of any mail piece is extremely important and is one of the top factors that will ultimately determine the success, or failure, of your marketing campaign. With this in mind, many advertisers struggle to decide how to design their mail pieces while keeping a small budget in mind.

So this begs the question: Why not save major bucks by choosing a free EDDM template for your postcards or flyers?

Now you can choose from thousands of free EDDM templates online, and get professional-quality design without paying a penny for it.

It is important to choose a high-quality design template, not just some boring text document, to get the most out of your mailing. Professional design templates almost always outperform black and white templates and home-made flyers or postcards.
If you are going to spend money to mail your postcards and flyers, which can generate huge sales, take the time to find a great template first.

There is no doubt about it – Every Door Direct Mail works. It is the best business-friendly program the USPS has launched in recent memory.

Just remember to find a reputable company to handle the free design templates, printing, and mailing processes for you. In the end,doing so will save you time, money, hassle, and provide you with better response rates.

Good luck and happy marketing!

Chris Barr is a marketing professional and graduate of Christopher Newport University. His areas of expertise include direct mail, internet marketing, copy writing, SEO, and new business development. Chris currently serves as Marketing Director for Taradel LLC in Richmond, VA.

Copyright© 2012 Taradel, LLC. All rights reserved.

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