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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

What’s the difference between Letterpress, Offset and Screen Printing?

 

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Printing is the process of reproducing text and images using a master form, layout or template.

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The Australian beats the odds with great results

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The Weekend Australian achieved its best print circulation in recent times for the last quarter alongside an increase in online subscribers.

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Print marketing wins over social media!

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What would you trust more? Something printed and delivered to you, or something sent over the web?

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Print and Digital, it’s meant to be!

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You would have heard the sayings that “print is dead” and that “digital marketing is a fad.”

 

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Paper, a sustainable source?

Do you know where your paper really comes from?

 

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We all know print is not dead….

We all know print is not dead...

We all know print is not dead…

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A great night last night Catalano's Seafood in Whitfords City for the Family Business Australia event #fambiz #fambizwa with John Broons A great WA Family Business Success Story

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Forget using jargon or snappy sales talk. Avoid acronyms.

A letter should be a one-to-one communication from one individual to another. If it doesn't sound sincere, it probably won't work.
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