There is no doubt that we live in the Internet age. Phone calls and in-person meetings have been replaced by email, instant messaging and Zoom conferences.
So you might think that the digital age and the embrace of technology would have been the final death knell for direct mail, but there has been an interesting resurgence in the world of direct mail marketing. And, ironically, the Internet has helped to create the current rise.
The sensory overload created by the information superhighway has caused many consumers to simply ignore the contents of their email inboxes, scouring dozens of messages in a matter of minutes and trashing all but the most critical.
Business owners and marketers that want to break through the noise of the Internet, so they can be heard, need to hit their customers where they live — literally. There is no better way to accomplish that goal than with a great direct mail marketing campaign.