Mailers that Stick

The holy grail of marketing: Branding with a LONG shelf life. So how do you create marketing pieces that will stick around? Well, take it literally and make them sticky. Here are three unique ways to do just that and examples of each in the gallery below.

Magnets

Take it beyond the typical and make it interactive with a poetry magnet kit. Choose your own words, integrate your logo and branding, then let your recipients’ creativity run wild. The magnets themselves are the star of the show when they mail in a clear envelope.

Window Cling

When you have something your recipients will be proud to display, consider a window cling for their car, home, or even office. Again, a clear plastic envelope will make the piece especially compelling to open. And then your brand or message can hit the road, indefinitely.

Clean Adhesive Paper

Isn’t technology great? Now you can print on moveable, no-adhesive paper which gives you endless possibilities for developing creative that encourages interaction. This synthetic paper sticks to just about any flat surface – and you can really have fun with it. Consider next-generation “paper dolls” or build-a-scene concepts.

Contact us today for samples or to schedule a consultation.

 

 

 

Q2Newsletter_webThis article was reproduced from our Q1 issue of OnTarget, a Dual Print & Mail / Compu-Mail publication full of marketing and print news and tips. Want to get your own copy of OnTarget each quarter? Subscribe here>>

 

 

 

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Dual Print & Mail (www.dualprintandmail.com) provides high quality, green printing solutions for all your commercial print and mail needs. Headquartered in Cheektowaga, NY, Dual Print & Mail’s specialties include magazine, publication, and inline foil printing. Dual Print & Mail can be reached at 800.358.4348 or marketing@dualprintandmail.com.
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