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by Clay Marafiote

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Here's a quick, low-cost marketing tactic you'll appreciate, Postcards. That's right, they're one of the most efficient marketing methods around. Why? Because postcards are generally cheaper to send than a letter and they don't need to be opened which makes your message instantly visible to your prospects!

Postcards also come in different sizes, from small ones that fit in your shirt pocket, to large-format square foot ones big enough to hold a newsletter so, there's plenty of room for creativity.

If you need fast delivery, go with a 4.25" high x 6" wide postcard. They can be delivered (locally) overnight and are the largest size that can be sent via first class mail.

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Don't try to cram too much text into a small space. If you have a lot of info, 5.5" high x 8.5" wide postcards offer the best value... printing costs are low, they stand out in your prospect's mail, and you can send them economically using Presort Standard mail.

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Bogie is the contributing writer at Gulfcoast Webworks and loves writing articles related to the advertising marketing and the health field. He also cares that his articles are not illegally duplicated and passed around!
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