Last week’s announcement from the United States Postal Service (USPS) came as no surprise to those of us who work in the mail industry. Prices are going up for everything, and since the USPS relies solely on the sale of postage, products, and services to cover operating expenses, an increase was expected. On April 6,
By Josh Olszewski Thinking about sending a direct mail campaign but not sure where to start? You’re in luck! We’ve compiled five of the most frequently-asked questions and provided some brief answers to help you with your next mailing. Who should I send the mailing to? When deciding who to send a mailing to,
Did you know that tomorrow (Friday, September 1) is National Letter Writing Day? As big fans of mail, you can see why we’re excited to share this with you! Sure, a letter isn’t the fastest or most convenient way to share updates with someone – but that is part of what makes letter-writing so meaningful.
Good news for mailers isn’t great for everyone. The US Postal Service announced last month that mailers can expect a postage decrease for the first time in nearly 97 years. The rate reduction, which should take effect on April 10, is the result of limits placed on an exigent surcharge that the USPS implemented