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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…

Sending a letter? Here’s the 3 speeds you can choose from!

Do you use stamps or prepaid envelopes? Then you’ve come to the right spot.

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Australia Post Launches Concession Postage Rates

Australia Post launches concession postage rates.

Australia Post has launched for the first time a concession rate postage stamp. This rate will be available through the MyPost Consession Account. This special rate will see concession card holders access to 60 cent stamps offsetting the new rate stamps by 10 cents.

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Postage Rates Set To Increase

After lodging a request in February with the ACCC, Australia Post has been granted approval to increase the basic postage rate from 60 cents to 70 cents. The increase will come into affect as of the 31st of March pending ministerial notification processes. In addition to this increase, Australia post will also increase postage rates for selected business letters, parcel post, personalised stamps, mail redirection, mail hold services and packaging products.

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Quickmail does Christmas!

Thanks to all our staff and clients for making 2018 what is was. We look forward to working with you again in 2019!
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For the most part, mailboxes aren't fun environments. Bills, bank statements and unwanted letters clog up this marketing route, but you can stand out by making your direct mail campaign unique.

A fantastic way to do this is through juxtaposition. Can you think of a smart, innovative way to show how powerful your offering is by comparing it to something completely different?
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