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March 1, 2015

5 Things Online Marketing Companies Won’t Tell You

by fnbrinc

Businesses Prefer Direct Mail
52.7% of the annual national marketing budget is spent on direct mail.* What this means is that even though social media has become common place in our lives, businesses still rely on direct mail as the number one advertising media to drive sales.

Direct Mail Advertising is on the Rise
In the 2013 calendar year, $45 billion was spent on direct mail. This was an increase over 2012.** One of the more well know companies using direct mail was Google. Even one of the largest online advertisers in the world knows the advantages of direct mail advertising.

Young Adults Prefer Direct Mail
According to Forbes, young adults ages 18 to 34 are some of the best targets for lead generation. Even though the internet is a huge part of the daily routine of this age group, in reality, this age group still prefers to learn about products and services via direct mail.Looking for Mail!

Direct Mail: Higher Response Rates = Lower Costs per Lead
When planning a marketing campaign, the cost per lead is more important than the overall cost of the campaign. Since the response rate for direct mail consistently averages 2-3 times higher than email, your overall cost per lead is lower.

Direct Mail Campaigns Generate Highest ROI
The goal of any business is to maximize profits. A recent study by Target Market Magazine showed that direct mail consistently produced the highest “Return on Investment” for both business to business campaigns and business to consumer campaigns.

*2012 DMA Response Rate Report
**Resource TargetMarketing.com

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