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7 Tips for your Data

Short and sweet Data Facts!
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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

Got a marketing plan? We’ve got some tips to help you stick to it!

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A great marketing plan is a long-term strategy for your business, it is important not to abandon it too early.
Good things take time.

 

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7 days ago

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Print marketing, whether it’s via direct mail, inserts or another means, works because the channel is more memorable, stirs the senses and creates trust.

Trust creates engagement.

And that engagement doesn’t end in the print channel, marketers can translate that communication into multi-channel marketing, either converting from digital to print or vice versa.
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2 weeks ago

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Want to get a letter from Santa this Christmas?🎅
With Christmas fast approaching, now is the perfect time for kids to start writing their letters to Santa – and this year, they can get one back.

Over the next month, Australia Post is running a special ‘Santa Mail’s project, where kids across Australia can post a letter direct to the North Pole and get one in return.

Children can download a Christmas mail template from the Australia Post website, then fill it in with their wishes, stories, and what they hope to find under the Christmas tree.

Once they’re done, have the kids pop the letter into an envelope with a 65 cent stamp on the front, as well as the name and return address on the back.

Then simply address it to Santa, North Pole 9999 and send it on its way.

But you’ll need to be quick: Santa is super busy this time of year, so he’ll only be able to reply to letters posted by December 14th.

Hop onto the Australia Post website to read more about how to send and receive your Santa Mail: www.auspost.com.au/about-us/corporate-responsibility/our-community/education/santa-mail
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