When a good friend of mine got her real estate license and started working at PorchLight in Denver, she asked if she could add me to her mailing list. I said “sure” and told myself that I would throw any fliers into the recycling bin instead of the trash can. You know, for the good of the planet.
- If you put some effort into your direct mail and turn it into something that recipients will find useful, they'll keep it -- and you'll get to be top-of-mind for them.
- Consider sending direct mail about food, arts and entertainment options or sports and the outdoors. If it's good, recipients will treasure it.
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