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The 7 Life Stages of Mail: Sharers

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The young ones – newly independent social butterflies who won’t stay still. This group would respond well to letterbox drops because they’re open to building relationships with brands. They’re two times more likely to provide personal details to companies.

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The 7 Life Stages of Mail: Fledgings

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The “selfie generation” – friends, fashion, fun and the future. This group of people are 32% more likely to trust information in print compared to digital.
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Multi-Channel Marketing with Sophie Stott on 101 Business Radio

Sophie spoke on 101 Business Radio about the huge advantage of using a multi channel approach to marketing success.

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Pick, pack and send! Taking the hard work out of eCommerce

Wedge Australia came to Quickmail looking for a warehousing and distribution solution. With ease, Quickmail were able to help Wedge quickly get on top of his eCommerce business!

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The Power and Simplicity of Unaddressed Mail with Iain Mackeller

Now its Iain MacKellar’s turn to speak with 101 Business Radio! Click the button below to discover how important unaddressed mail can be in a marketing strategy.

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Marketing with Direct Mail with Sophie Stott on 101 Business Radio

Did you listen to Sophie’s last podcast on 101 Business Radio? She recently went back to give an insight into Direct Mail Marketing. Click the button below to listen.

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Australia Post Partners with Global Logistics Company

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Australia Post has announced a strategic e-commerce alliance with Dubai-based global delivery and logistics company Aramex. read more…

Use Promo Post during an election

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Using Promo Post during an election is a cost effective way for candidates to send bulk volumes of addressed promotional mail within Australia.

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Council Mail

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Council Mail is an economic way for local councils to communicate with their residents through mail.

What is Council Mail?
Council Mail is a service that gives local councils the ability to send council letters to council areas and ware boundaries at a lower rate.read more…

Tips on making the most out of your Election Mailing

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Here at Quickmail we’ve put together this eBook to help you out at Election Time.

 

Using mail in an election campaign is one of the most powerful tools to get your message to voters. Mail can be cost effective as you can select specific areas or addresses, targetable and personalised with messages and graphics to tell the story of your candidate or message.

 

Quickmail has a range of services to assist candidates, sitting politicians and political parties to promote themselves in the lead up to an election.

 

Contact us to speak with one of our communications experts.
Fill out this form to download your FREE Election Mail Guide

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ANNOUNCEMENT FROM JEAN PAUL TEDESCHI
OWNER OF QUICKMAIL

The New Year at Quickmail has brought with it some positive changes to our business. I'm excited to announce that Sophie Stott will be taking over from me in the role of Managing Director. I will continue at Quickmail in a non Executive role.

As the Owner and Managing Director at Quickmail since its inception in 1992, I now feel that it is time for me to step aside and for Sophie and her team to lead the business forward.

The past few years have been challenging for our industry however we have seen an increase in the use of our services over the past quarter and have a renewed enthusiasm to help businesses communicate.

Sophie’s appointment to the Managing Director role will see an increased focus on our customers and the products that we offer. She will be in touch with you soon to further discuss how our team can help you and your business. This is an exciting time and I'm certain that our best days lie ahead.

Sincerely,
Jean Paul Tedeschi
Owner - Quickmail
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Five Aussie TV legends have been honoured in a special collection of stamps as part of the Australia Post Australian Legends Award.

Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Ray Martin, Daryl Somers, Denise Drysdale and Bert Newton all feature in the new stamps. The designs incorporate a current portrait of each Legend, together with an action shot taken during their television prime.
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