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Make your Marketing Initiatives the Most Effective

Consumer preferences for mail, email and online advertising vary according to the type of message being sent. read more…

Catalogues are a welcome addition to Australian Letterboxes

 

According to a 2010 national study by Sweeney Research based on 600 interviews, 89 percent of households are more than happy to receive a catalogue delivered to their letterbox, while 85 percent of Australians will read them.read more…

Postcard Power

Produce high impact results with a simple, low cost, good old fashioned postcard.

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Bulk Mail Partner Program

The Bulk Mail Partner (BMP) program is a recognition scheme designed by Australia Post (AP) in conjunction with the Major Mail Users of Australia (MMUA).

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Save time with Quickmail when sending marketing material

Partner with Quickmail when sending marketing material for quality design and quick turnaround! Read how SECFI were able to utilise Quickmail’s services using Direct Mail.read more…

Why use a thank you card?

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It’s personal

Its personal especially if its hand written. Very few people make a habit of thanking the people they interact with on a business level. If its carried out, its by the oh so convenient email which has less and less impact. Taking time to provide a short personal message tells your audience you care. If you don’t believe me then wait till you receive one.

 

Helps you stand out

There’s very little that’s unique in this world these days so we need to be creative to stand out or just do some of the basics really well. You will get regular customers just by doing the simple things consistently well. These customers regard you highly and delight in telling others about the unusual. Sending them a personal handwritten note says so much more about you.

 

It’s appreciated

If you have ever received a personal note sent through the mail you will understand why it has such an impact over a personal note sent electronically (or nothing at all). People appreciate the time and the thought and it reflects how they interact with you.

 

It makes good business sense.

Using just the normal courtesies of life, a little of your time and you can establish a point of difference with the recipient. It makes even more sense when the card has a multitude of messages you can send. Yes you can thank someone but you can invite them, you can recommend them, you can make a suggestion that might not have the same impact any other way. Heaven forbid you could even send it to your staff!

Annual Reports: Talking to your People

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Understand the elements of a good Annual Report and you will communicate the successes of your organisation, help investors to understand your future direction and utilise the opportunity to ‘polish’ your firm’s image.
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15 Tips for Direct Mail Marketing

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Sending targeted Direct Mail can be one of the most successful and cost effective direct marketing methods to reach your business prospects and existing customers.

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Want to send a postcard?

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Old-fashioned they may be, but they are still an effective selling tool.read more…

The 7 Life Stages of Mail: Young Families

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A new life on a different planet, when everything changes. This group of people are 62% more likely to have a specific place in the home where they keep letters. These people are practical and focused on their parental roles, so content is generally more important than design.read more…

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Write a letter to Santa! 🎅⭐

Australia Post works with Santa to make sure he reads and replies to letters from Australian kids!

Santa enjoys finding out about presents kids would like and stories they have to share.

Simply post your letter to:
Santa
North Pole, 9999

⭐ Be sure to include a return address so Santa can respond! ⭐

Track the progress of your letter through the interactive Santa Mail Tracker: auspost.com.au/about-us/corporate-responsibility/education/santa-mail/track-letter

Letters must be posted to Santa no later than Friday 15 December. Christmas is a busy time of year at the North Pole and it may take Santa a little longer to respond to your letter or postcard. Make sure you send your letters and postcards nice and early to ensure you receive his response before the big day!

Australia Post have a range of decorative Christmas letter templates you can edit and send!
Reindeer template: goo.gl/88PVH6
Santa & Mrs Clause template: goo.gl/3yCdTG
Christmas Stockings template: goo.gl/Zw7nEv
Elves template: goo.gl/jBzL4k
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Everyday, someone in Australia suffers a spinal cord injury. From workplace incidences, to road and water accidents or extreme sports, the event of permanent paralysis is always unexpected and frequently preventable.

PBF Australia (The Paraplegic Benefit Fund) was established to create greater awareness of these risks, with the aim of reducing the impact and incidence of spinal cord injury in Australia. Quickmail are proud to be members of Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia.

Yesterday Quickmail had a presentation from Symon and Katie. On behalf of the staff at Quickmail, thank you for taking the time to talk to us. Your visit has no doubt left a strong impression with us all and left us thinking of ways to aim to reduce the incidence of serious injury at work, on the road and at play.

Some key statistics surrounding spinal cord injuries include the following:
- 3 spinal cord injuries per week in WA
- Approximately 141 spinal cord injuries per year in WA
- 46% of spinal cord injuries are motor vehicle related
- 34% of spinal cord injuries are from falls
- 11% of spinal cord injuries is an “other” category (i.e. violence, being hit by objects, jerked off a horse, etc.)
- 9% of spinal cord injuries are Aquatic related
- Average age of a spinal cord injury is 43 primarily due to slips, trips and falls but the common age bracket for young adults is 15-24 particularly in males.
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