Direct Mail FAQ
1) What are the Common Postcard Sizes?
The three common postcard sizes are: 4″ x 6″, 5″ x 7″ , 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ 6″ x 9″
2) What are the USPS envelope requirements?
Envelopes are rectangular mail pieces 1/4″ thick or less, at least 3 1/4″ high and at least 5″ long. Mail pieces less than 4 1/4″ high must be at least .007″ (7 pt.) thick. If the envelope is bigger than 4 1/4″ high or 6″ long then it must be at least .009″ (9 pt.) thick.
3) Is Direct Mail More Effective in Business or Consumer Markets?
A marketing campaign that is planned and targeted can be just as effective in both a consumer market as it can be in a business market. End to end direct mail solutions that include printing and mailing.
4) What are Warehousing & Fulfillment Services?
Your products can be stored at our warehouse. Our team will handle all the manual tasks of storing product, packing the orders., and shipping it to your customers. This can save you time and money, providing a streamlined process.
5) What is co-packing, kitting and assembly?
Co-packing can cut down on assembly costs. It is basically repacking items that come in larger quantities, and placing them into more usable size containers or packages. Kitting may be used with co-packing to arrange products into a single package. Co-packing and packaging can include thermoformed/corrugated inserts, stand up bags and pouches, poly bagging, decorative baskets, sample inserts, setup boxes or any other sort of promotional kit, insert, or package. The possibilities to enhance your customer’s unboxing experience are truly endless!