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1 December 2021

Driving effectiveness with Direct Mail

Driving effectiveness with Direct Mail

As we manage our way through an unpredictable pandemic, our choice of marketing channels is paramount to both optimise results and drive customer value. Now is the most important time to deliver effectiveness.

In association with marketing intelligence experts, WARC, Royal Mail Marketreach have developed a report that analyses case studies from successful UK campaigns using direct mail, as the lead media and in the media mix. It takes a fresh look at the benefits of direct mail in today's world. With more people working from home post-Covid and the rise of ecommerce, consumption habits have changed. As a result, the physical impact of direct mail in an increasingly digital world can be a game changer for brands.

The report re-evaluates the unique role of direct mail in the marketing mix. It demonstrates how the channel is helping brands to deliver ROI and sustained growth as well as the many creative, digital integration and measurement possibilities it offers. The whitepaper also includes media effectiveness case studies from brands such as Sky, IKEA, Jaguar Land Rover, Direct Line and more.

Download the full report on the link below.

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For more information please contact:
Kyle Jardine
Kyle Jardine
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