Postcards are quick and simple
and have high impact!

Using postcards is a simple way to connect with customers and build relationships on many levels. Even send people to your web site!

This is a communications medium that calls for attention and action!

Post cards do not take very long to read.
So the message must be simple.

It can announce a sale.

Or be a reminder that a customer's purchase is ready.

Or announce a new product.

Or be used in a series to promote curiosity about an upcoming event.

The post card is a welcome relief to the reader in today's crowded environment of multiple messages all begging for attention.

It's simple. One piece of paper.
Two sides. Short messages.

The post card can be read and acted on quickly.

For example, night clubs catering to the 20's and 30's party crowd use post cards all the time.

They mail them out to patrons on their in-house mailing lists.

They put them on windshields of parked cars in the nightclub neighborhoods.

And they use them as take-aways as a reminder of where their patrons were!

That's great multiple use of just one printed piece!

Also, in the co-op format, many different post cards can be combined into one mailing envelope promoting a variety of businesses and services.

There are lots of ways to advertise using postcards.

Here are 8 tips about how to make your own post card advertising

You'll want to keep track of your results.

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With today's printing capabilities, beautiful glossy full color art work is possible on both sides of the finished piece. The quality is incredibly great!

For most small businesses seeking to cut advertising costs without cutting impact, post card advertising should be considered as an essential part of the marketing mix.

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