Direct mail generates a stronger emotional connection, better brand recall, higher response rates, and more persuasive power than digital messages like email. This is the time to start getting on people's real desktops (instead of crowding their inboxes).

Join us to learn:

  • Why direct mail works so well
  • How marketers are getting creative with what they send
  • What you need to plan an effective direct mail campaign that drives results

And, as a special thanks for attending, you'll receive a copy of Sendoso's direct mail guide with 60+ unique, creative, and memorable ideas for your next campaign.

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KEY DETAILS

  • Date: August 29, 2019—2:00 PM ET
  • Length: 45 minutes
  • Presenter: Sruthi Kumar, Brianna Valleskey
  • Sponsor: Sendoso
  • Element: Communicate
  • Topic: Advertising & Promotions, Demand Generation
  • Price: $0

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THIS SPONSORED WEBINAR FEATURES:

Sruthi Kumar is the senior marketing manager at Sendoso, the leading Sending Platform (SP). As the first marketing hire, she built the company's marketing program from the ground up.

Brianna Valleskey is the senior content marketing manager at Sendoso, the leading Sending Platform (SP). Her articles have appeared on Yahoo Finance, Eventbrite, and G2 Crowd.

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Sponsored by Sendoso
Sendoso is the world's first Sending Platform (SP). The fully integrated solution enables organizations to easily source, store, ship, and measure ROI for everything they ever need to send: direct mail, physical gifts, plants, perishables, company swag, handwritten notes, gift cards, and more.