Amidon matches each print component to the right equipment, saving time and money on your direct mail project.
We are not a one-size-fits-all shop. We’ll suggest sizes and alternative stocks that can save you money, while helping you design a response vehicle that increases profitability with customized reply cards.
Our formats allow enough space to offer choices and create the motivation to act. And we’ll make it easy for them to respond by personalizing the reply devise as well as addressing. We have three possible variable fields.
Perfect for Nonprofits, Publishers, Merchandisers, Media Companies, Insurance, Health & Financial Services, & B2B
- Self-Mailer & Two Way Mailer — with return envelopes
- Application or Order Forms Envelopes
- Mini-Mag Booklets and Brochures — with or without return envelopes
- Postcards & Over-Sized Postcards
- Coupon Mailers with multiple perfs
- Unique die-cut formats like Perf N Peek & Pop-ups
- Fragrance — scent strip or scratch & sniff
- Natural gas scent for Utility Companies to educate about gas leaks
- Custom Printed Bags — sent as a direct mail piece, folded and tabbed for a fund-raising campaign
Increase your direct mail response rate
The longer your audience interacts with your direct mail piece, the more likely they are to respond. Our web printing and in-line finishing encourages readers to interact with your message.
By offering your audience a secret door to open, a shutter to lift or a hidden panel to reveal, our unique self-mailers engage your prospect — keeping your offer in-hand, rather than in the recycle bin. The attached return envelope acts as another reminder or convenient way to respond.
Helpful direct mail resources
“Direct mail is twice more likely to engender trust than email. Post is also seen as more memorable and authoritative.”
*David Cole, MD of fast.MAP
of consumers sort through and read selected pieces of mail every day
Research by Mail Print
of consumers prefer mail for receiving new product announcements or offers from companies they do business with
International Communications Research survey
of people retain direct mail for future reference*
Brenda Morgan, The WordTech Group
The top three actions consumers take after receiving direct mail from a brand they’re interested in:
visit a brands’ website
search online for more information about the product
keep the mailing for future reference
Direct Marketing Association (DMA)
“All the direct mail pieces you just printed look great. I say all the time how great it is to work with Amidon. We really appreciate the outstanding service you all provide.”