Top 5 Marketing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

The importance of a well-structured, cohesive and effective marketing campaign cannot be overstated. To keep your marketing techniques relevant, you must conduct marketing audits and flush out what works and what is holding you back.

This article explores 5 of the most common marketing mistakes made by today’s companies and how to avoid them. Doing so will help keep your marketing strategy relevant and allow your brand to evolve.

 

 

  • Underestimating the Importance of Graphics 

 

Grabbing consumer’s attention can be a difficult hurdle for marketers to overcome, and often a headline isn’t enough to accomplish the job. However, a lot of marketing teams do not realize that investing in quality graphics or video content can be a very effective way to overcome this challenge.

According to a recent study, video content can produce a 157% increase in organic traffic from Search Engine Results Pages (SERPs), a 105% increase of time on your site, and double the overall product conversion. These are significant numbers compared to enterprises that do not adapt a solid video-marketing strategy.

Additionally, images or graphics are great tools to get more consumer engagement and draw additional readers to your content versus a traditional text-based post. Underestimating the importance of graphics and videos can be detrimental to your marketing campaigns.

 

 

  • Lack of Research and Testing

 

Market research can take a lot of the guesswork out of marketing campaigns and can provide data that you can use to develop a successful marketing strategy. If your business is lacking market research methods or not implementing substantial data analytics, you are missing out on significant marketing exposure.

Performing market research can act as a strong driver of communication, identify business opportunities, and lower your risk of investing time and energy in unproductive areas. Making sure you’ve done your due diligence when it comes to testing various prices and packages, then obtaining consumer input will help you develop a targeting marketing campaign.

 

 

  • Overlooking Retention Marketing

 

Retention marketing should be the mainstay of your marketing campaign. And overlooking the importance of it can be detrimental. There are two main reasons for this: 1. it’s much easier to sell to existing customers, and 2. it’s less expensive to retain customers than it is to obtain new ones.

According to the book Marketing Metrics, businesses have a 60 to 70% probability of selling to an existing customer, while the probability of selling to a new prospect is only 5 to 20%. Existing customers became your customer for a reason – they were drawn to your product and feel strongly enough about it to invest in it. It’s important to continue marketing to them and reinforce the value that your product brings. Customer loyalty can be hard to come by. Make sure that once you have it, you keep it.    

 

 

  • Not Following Through On Strategy

 

Before any marketing plan can be implemented, the marketing team must develop a solid and well-constructed marketing strategy. The strategy is the frame of a successful marketing campaign and should act as a referral tool before any significant marketing decisions are made. However, this isn’t always as easy as it seems, and many campaigns fail because teams divert from their strategy.

One way to ensure this doesn’t happen is to develop a realistic strategy. Also, breaking down tasks that are easy to follow and assign to team members can help create accountability for all parts of a campaign.

 

 

  • Giving Your Audience Too Much Content 

 

Especially in today’s digital age, it can be difficult to keep consumers attention. Marketing campaigns that burden consumers with information that is superfluous or not what the consumer is looking for can be harmful to expanding our brand.

Successful marketing teams focus on content production goals that are relevant and stress quality over quality. Data analytics can come in useful here. You should check your analytics platforms to see what content is performing well and what is less effective.

Marketing can be a tough and competitive business. To keep your brand going strong, make sure you avoid these all-too-common mistakes, and in addition to grabbing new consumers, work to keep the valuable ones you already have.

Tracking Offline Marketing Campaigns Is Easier Than You Think

Offline marketing tools such as magazines, TV commercials, billboards, vehicle wraps, etc. can be a great way to generate exposure and market your brand. However, most businesses believe it is difficult to measure how successful these campaigns are. That isn’t the case.

The expansion of tracking tools and customizing online presence now make it possible for brands to begin tracking offline campaigns. While many businesses find it challenging to develop creative methods to craft compelling ads, Google Analytics can help companies track the effectiveness of their offline marketing. This article explains various methods to track your marketing campaign and ensure your message is successful.

 

Importance of Offline Marketing Campaigns

The rise of the online market has led to the assumption by many marketers that traditional or offline marketing is dead (or at least dying). These companies make the mistake of not considering offline marketing in their product planning and service campaigns, and instead focus on the best way to use social media or click-bait to generate consumer interest.  

While the importance of digital marketing cannot be denied, it’s a mistake to assume it’s the best or even most effective way to market your brand.

Interacting with consumers face-to-face or allowing them to physically interact with your brand allows you to establish a relationship and build consumer loyalty. Additionally, these physical interactions allow you to receive instantaneous feedback and reach an audience that doesn’t spend all their time online.

 

Custom Landing Pages

One of the best methods to track offline marketing campaigns is by creating a custom landing page. A custom landing page that is set up specifically for your campaign allows you to focus on the main goal of your advertisement and target it toward a specific audience. You will also be able to monitor the results of page visits.

For example, if you have a retail store that sells outdoor equipment and you place an advertisement in magazine dedicated to hunting, you can create a custom landing page focused on specifically on hunting.    

To create a custom landing page in Google Analytics, go to Content > Site Content > Landing Pages. There you can track the number of visits to the page and how long visitors stayed on the page.

 

Shortened URLs

Another effective method of tracking offline campaigns is by using shortened URLs. Shortened URLs allow you to track visitors from offline sources without having to create a new landing page. Instead, you use Urchin Tracking Modules, or UTM parameters, to track your campaign using Google Analytics.

To do this, you’ll first need a URL builder such as this. Once you have a shortened URL, place it in your direct mail campaign to begin tracking user traffic to your site. To view tracking results in Google Analytics, go to Traffic Sources > Sources > Campaigns. You can also use the Goal Sets at the top of the window to see how many conversations you have received.  

 

Discount Codes

If you’re not quite ready to create a new landing page or generate shortened URLs, another option to track offline campaigns is to create custom discount codes. For example, promo code GLASSES15 can be a custom code for consumers to receive an additional 15% off their glasses purchase.

With these custom discount codes you can track redemptions and the revenue generated from orders using the codes. It can also pick up orders that have been tracked with different sources which have come from your direct mail campaign.

 

Annotations

While some companies aren’t ready to create new landing pages or offer discounts, there is still one last option: annotations. Annotations in Google Analytics allows you to leave a note to yourself about something that happened on a particular date, such as the release date of a direct mail campaign.  

Once you have created an annotation, direct traffic in Google Analytics shows you visitors to your site that cannot be traced to other online sources, such as social networks. If you see a significant increase in traffic around the time of your marketing campaign, you can at least get a sense of how much impact that specific campaign had.

Measuring offline marketing can be extremely important to your brand and overall marketing goals. By not considering options such as custom landing pages, shortened URLs, custom discount codes or annotations, you may be missing out on significant opportunities to attract and retain valuable customers.

Real-time Data Meets Direct Mail Marketing

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Despite a global transition to everything digital, direct mail marketing continues to dominate. Direct marketers continue to spend $45 billion each year in the United States. 80% of consumers engage with direct mail, and 95% of 18-29 year olds claim to have a positive response when receiving direct mail.

Given the high performance and preference for direct mail, there are still ways that marketers can use technology to ensure even better marketing success. Companies can use big data to strategically plan their direct mail campaigns, and a tailored strategy can enhance marketing effectiveness by targeting consumer behaviors.

 

Digital vs. Direct: Is There a Clear Winner?

There are many advantages to digital mail marketing. Digital mail uses intent data to pinpoint prospective consumers that are actively researching a product or topic online. Companies can use this data to increase relevance of a product and immediately send a message to a potential consumer regarding that product. Digital mail can also be optimized instantaneously based on consumer response rates, as well as their reaction to external factors (e.g., news or ads).

However, the instantaneousness of digital mail also means that companies risk overburdening the consumer with messages. Moreover, the ease of creation of a digital message may create a weak brand impression to a consumer that may see 10, 20, or 50 of these a day.

On the other hand, direct mail is tangible and physically brought into a consumer’s home. The consumer can hold the piece of mail and refer back to it when needed. It also allows people other than its intended recipient to see the message and companies to expand their brand awareness.

 

Shopping Cart Abandonment

There are benefits to both digital and direct mail. However, with a response rate of 5.1% for direct mail vs. 0.6% for digital, a winner begins to emerge. But this isn’t the end of the story. What if you could take the best aspects of the digital world and apply them to direct mail? Well, you can.

A great example of this is shopping cart abandonment. We’ve all been there. We’re browsing our favorite shopping site, add a product we like to the cart, then an email comes in – or the phone rings – or the kids start arguing. We abandon what was in the cart to tend to whatever lives throws at us.

According to the Baymard Institute, the average documented online shopping cart abandonment rate is about 70%. This percentage increases even more to 85.65% for mobile phone shoppers. Unsurprisingly, the most common strategy for cart abandonment reminders are follow-up emails. And as noted above, these digital messages often wear thin on a digitally-fatigued consumer.

“This is very typical in any market, whereby there [is] a certain level of fatigue that had been reached with email. When you send something, it could be a targeted email…the conversion reaches a level which is very hard for a brand to beat or to move into a higher performance,” says Dan Dunn, CEO of the marketing company Paperplanes.Companies can overcome this fatigue by combining the efficiency of real-time data with the personalization and effectiveness of direct mail.

A recent case study by Paperplanes measured the success of such a situation. Paperplanes took the non-responders of an emailed abandoned basket campaign and followed up with programmatic direct mail within 48 hours. What they noticed was significant: a 14% increase in abandoned basket recovery and an 8% increase in average order value.

 

In a world that is going digital in virtually every facet of life, mass communications sent out via digital mail are making consumers more and more wary. The personalization and level of connection consumers feel with direct mail can help overcome their caution and overall distain for mass digital communications. By using real-time data to analyze consumer action, businesses can expand on the direct mail medium, and turn it into a practical and powerful marketing tool.

 

In a World Wide Web of Design: Here Are the Best Sites for Inspiration

Face it, a good website is all about design. Content comes in at a distant second. Without a gripping and easy-to-use design, users will just move on to the next website. If you’re feeling a little “designer block” in developing your killer website, we’ve developed the ultimate list of go-to sites for inspiration. Take a gander. Trust me, these will provide the inspirational key to unlock your site’s creative and imaginative potential.

 

  • Dribble
    Dribble may be one of the best known inspirational sites offering quick but effective creative shots. This quick and dirty site offers an endless catalog of images, and each click takes you to a single, stand-along image submitted by graphic designers the world over. What also makes this site interesting is that some shots are teasers from the artist of what’s to come – many are works in progress. However, there are even more that are final products which will inspire your inner creativeness. To add even more, Dribble also has a blog and podcast where you can get top-notch design advice and listen to some in-depth interviews from the sites operators.

 

 

  • Abduzeedo
    The easy-to-navigate site Abduzeedo.com is a design feature in and of itself. In addition to the eye-catching photos on the landing page, the global collective provides their favorite articles about design, photography, digital interfaces, and architecture. There are also sets of helpful tutorials regarding Photoshop, digital illustration and UX design. Even better, it’s all free to use. Also, while you’re there, take a look at their free Wallpaper of the week from various artists.

 

 

  • Designspiration
    Designspiration is exactly what its name implies: design and inspiration all rolled into one complete package. Think of Designspiration as like a Pinterest for designers. The site allows users to create their own profile and share their work with a creative community. It’s incredibly simple to organize bookmarks and create personal collections based on style, color or any other design attribute.

 

 

  • Formfiftyfive
    Formfiftyfive, or FFF, is run by a large community of designers, coders and artists. The smooth and sleek website is packed with interviews and photos essays from up-and-coming artists. FFF is constantly looking for the newest talent and anyone can submit their portfolio on the site. Moreover, there’s also a huge section with job openings and upcoming digital events. Unlike some of the other sites, FFF provides short videos that are sure to ignite that creative fire underneath you.

 

 

  • Ads of the World
    Ads of the World is a little different from other sites like FFF or Dribble. Its layout is astonishingly simple and is perfect for casually browsing to find inspiration. The site, as the name implies, features ad campaigns by allowing users to click on one of four categories: “latest ads”, “top ads”, “collections” and “student ads”. With no unnecessary filler or confusing tags, it actually makes ad browsing fun, and inspirational. Whether you’re looking for content related to computer sales or the Super Bowl, the “collections” tab will undoubtedly provide you with more than you can handle.

 

 

  • The Die Line
    DieLine is another site that virtually every designer worth their weight has heard of. It’s almost impossible to put together a list of design inspiration sites without mentioning the powerhouse DieLine (at least not a good list). For those of you living on the moon over the past couple years, DieLine places a heavy emphasis on packaging with a very active and current blog. The site is so heavily curated by exceptional artists that even each blog can provide enough inspiration to make your head spin. Even better, DieLine features job postings and opportunity to have your own work published on the world-famous design site. Make sure to give yourself enough time before you head over though – you’ll need it.


There you have it. 6 of the most inspirational design sites on the web. This is where I stop writing, and you stop reading and start browsing these incredible sites to get that inspiration to create your own eye-popping site. God speed.  

7 Reasons Why Catalogs are the Marketing Tool King

It’s no longer accurate to say that readers are moving toward a digital preference to receive their content. Readers aren’t moving that way, they’re already there. In a world controlled by information consumed online, one thing remains true: people engage through stories. While many marketing mediums prove successful, it’s the age old wonder of the traditional catalog that remains king. Catalogs offer the intrigue of a story, the convenience of a flip-book and the connection to a brand that’s often lost in other marketing tools. Here are 7 reasons why catalogs still dominate the marketing industry.  

 

 

  • Tell A Story

 

One of the main differences between a catalog and other forms of hard-copy marketing is that they tell the story of a product. Through photos, tag lines and even history of a product, consumers can obtain enormous amounts of information from a single page. These stories help consumers connect with a product or brand on an emotional level and can inspire action.   

 

 

  • Influence Purchase Decisions

 

Here’s a couple interesting statistics: according to a recent survey by the USPS, 72% of people say that catalogs make them more interested in a retailer’s products, and 84% have purchased an item after seeing it in a catalog. A large reason for this is because direct mail is active – it’s concrete and tangible. Unlike digital ads, which are often scrolled over, catalogs demand action by the recipient.   

 

 

  • Science – Neuroscience to be Exact

 

A recent study from Temple University consumer neuroscience researchers found significant differences in the way our brains process digital services and direct mail. Among their findings, while digital ads are processed faster, consumers engage with paper ads for a longer period of time, and the physical ads often cause more activity in parts of the brain associated with value and desire. Moreover, the study showed that physical ads cause greater activation of the ventral striatum – the brain structure whose activity is most predictive of future purchasing.    

 

 

  • Connection Between Digital & Physical Worlds

 

Consumers react well to catalogs. They enjoy engaging with the story of the product and appreciate the convenience of being able to flip through pages until something catches their eye. However, ordering a product may prove slightly more challenging as you have to call a number and, yes, actually speak to someone. Catalogs can bridge the gap between the physical and digital worlds by showing customers how they can make purchases online. This also brings consumers to a company’s webpage and ensure maximum exposure to their products.

 

 

  • Convenience and Relaxation

 

Lightweight, easy to flip through and picture-heavy – the catalog is an extremely convenient way to expose consumers to products. Actually, 63% of people say that they find it easier to browse through products in a catalog, rather than online or in a store. This convenience translates to a relaxation feature for consumers as well. The storytelling ability and ease-of-use offer a way for consumers to engage with products in a relaxing setting without too much distraction or sales pitches.

 

 

  • Reach and Re-engage

 

With a 70% opening rate, catalogs continue to dominate among the marketing tools employed through direct mail. By sending out catalogs, companies can reach a mass amount of people, and once inside, consumers feel a sense of personal connection with the products that cannot be duplicated online. Companies can also reach new customers by sending out catalogs, and re-engage with existing customers by creating a follow-up mailing after an initial purchase.

 

 

  • Everyone Likes Getting Something in the Mail. Right?

 

Although logic may dictate that as we move into a digital world more people want to separate from physical mail, studies show that actually isn’t the case—especially with millennials. Largely this is because “millennials are inundated with digital media. Physical mail stands out in millennials’ otherwise electronic world. This generation is also geared toward visual content, and direct mail caters to the physical senses.” Plus, who doesn’t like getting mail?

In our current society dominated by digital content, the direct mail catalog is still the marketing king. By utilizing the strengths of the catalog, companies can ensure consumers are exposed to their product through a medium they enjoy, but also point them to their online presence. The catalog offers the best of both worlds to create inspiration and engagement that will increase a company’s bottom line.

What is a Marketing Portal?

With so much marketing technology available, it’s important to understand what a marketing portal is, and what it can do for growing organizations.

Put simply, a marketing portal is a key resource used to organize, customize, and distribute on-brand marketing content.

It also helps a corporate marketing team control their brand messaging, while still giving employees the opportunity to personalize assets on their own. Without a marketing portal in place, employees tend to waste time searching for the right asset on shared drives, or often “go rogue” creating content like proposals, presentations, or brochures on their own, without approval from marketing. This creates a disjointed experience for customers, and can limit content effectiveness. Not to mention it could cause problems if you have a compliance department or legal team.

 

Grow your business with a marketing portal!

In order to grow, every business needs a scalable way to get the right message to individual customers or prospects, while maintaining brand integrity. The larger a company, and the more branches or partners representing the brand, the more challenging this becomes across distributed teams and customer segments.

A marketing portal allows companies to efficiently scale, doing business globally while marketing locally, by giving all employees and partners fast access to marketing materials that can be customized within pre-approved guidelines. This ensures all customers have a cohesive experience with a company, as every touchpoint is on-brand and up-to-date.

A marketing portal should help businesses meet three specific goals:

  1. Customize marketing assets
  2. Control your brand voice
  3. Maintain compliance

To do this, key features to look for include:

  • Search capabilities
  • Autonomy
  • Customization
  • Analytics

Branded marketing portals provide your enterprise with an online, automated printing and delivery method for brand-consistent marketing communications and sales materials.

Pel Hughes designs, builds, host, and manages your web portal that gives you centralized control and management and local participation. Marketing teams can instantly deploy updated collateral, Direct mail/Email campaigns, promotional items, and any digital asset to their organization.

  • Maintain Brand Consistency
  • User-Specific Content
  • Custom Branding, Workflows & User Levels
  • Organize Order History & Reporting
  • FedEx & UPS Integration
  • On-demand Ordering
  • Automated Inventory Management

Whether you’re in the market for a marketing portal now, or maybe even next year, make sure whichever solution you chose has the features that works the best for you and your company. Contact Pel Hughes if you’d like to know more!

5 ways to take your brand outdoors with summer marketing

Did you know that summer is the best season to market your brand to potential clients?

  • Customers are more receptive to messages when it’s warm outside
  • Many brands fail to market during summer months, which creates more opportunities for you
  • Warm temperatures increase the perception of value, so customers are more likely to buy when temperatures rise


Using these 6 print marketing tips will give your business the boost that will help your brand stand out when promoting outdoors or outside of your businesses location.

 

  • Promotional products

 

When people are attending outdoor events, they walk around looking for reasons to visit your booth or display area. In New Orleans this is usually because it’s about 200 degrees. What better way to entice them and also promote your business by offering them promotional products that are fun and useful?

Pel Print suggest:

  • USB powered fans
  • Koozies
  • Drawstring bags
  • Cooling towels

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  • Full color custom branded banners, table covers and canopies

 

If you are going to be outside at a local festival, street fair, or any number of summer events, you will need to stand out from the crowd. Make sure your space is dressed to impress with full-color banners and table covers. Also, go big and bold with a branded canopy and your business is sure to be seen.

 

  • Promotional flags outside of your business

 

Promotional flags are an easy and affordable way to tell everyone where you are located. It’s important to take full advantage of your outside space and flags help you do that. You can get branded teardrop flags or feather flags with your logo and colors imprinted on them and they are built to last.

 

 

  • Window Graphics

 

Having well-designed and printed signage along with appealing window graphics is vital to helping your business pop visually to those who are passing by. If you don’t have a sign or window graphics, you are making it that much harder for customers to find you. Having professional signage will increase your likelihood of walk-in traffic and also shows that you are a professional business with a clear sense of who you are while dominating the landscape.

 

 

  • Car door magnets

 

Brand your business on-the-go with car door magnet printing. Maximize your reach by recruiting friends, family members, and employees to sport your car door magnets on their vehicles, too – and if you have a fleet of work vehicles, make sure your branding is evident on each.

 

Ready to heat up summer sales with a powerful branding campaign? Contact Pel Hughes today to discuss your next project!

What’s CMYK, Pantone and RGB color?

In the world of print and design, color plays a huge role in helping your marketing materials stand out from the crowd. On the one hand, a gorgeous design and lovely colors can draw attention and strengthen your brand’s image, while on the other hand, weak or clashing hues can result in a less than eye-catching design.

So what are the things you need to know about color and printing to create your best work?

Let’s start off with talking about the differences between the two main color models, RGB and CMYK.

These two color models have very specific roles in the print and design world, and we’ll explain them here.

 

RGB

(red, green, blue) is what we call an “additive color spectrum.” This means that in the RGB model, red, green, and blue produce every other color by “adding” together into something new.

 

In this system, color is emitted from natural or produced light. When they are added together, they produce white light. This is the color spectrum that is used to create images on all types of screens (computer, television, phone, etc.)

When the RGB colors are combined, they actually create the next model we will cover: CMYK.

  • Green and blue create cyan (C)
  • Red and blue create magenta (M)
  • Red and green create yellow (Y)

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CMYK

(cyan, magenta, yellow, black) is what we call a “subtractive color spectrum.” This means that in the CMYK model, cyan, magenta, yellow, and black produce darker colors as they’re added together.

In this color system, color is produced by absorbing light. When they are added together, they produce black. This is the color spectrum used to create rich colors on printed materials.

CMYK colors pel print

So what about Pantone?

Well, Pantone isn’t really a color system, it’s a “color matching system” that uses founder Lawrence Herbert’s numbering system for identifying, matching, and communicating colors. The system uses a numbering system to label each specific color.

By doing this, the Pantone system helps to create consistency in the printing industry. No matter where your printer is located, Pantone 199 Red will be the exact same (and so will every other Pantone color), so you can breathe easy knowing that your materials will turn out right

 

So why is it important to know the difference?

 

You should know which color system you need to use for each specific project. For example, if you know that your work will be displayed digitally on a screen, you will be using the RGB system. However, if you are designing materials that will later be printed and displayed, make sure you are working with the CMYK color system or at least understand that what you are seeing on the screen in RGB will differ from the final printed product.

 

Have questions about creating brochures, business cards, and more in vivid color? Give us a call! We’d love to help.

 

Promotional materials give your business a boost!

In today’s growing sea of brands and promotional messages, it’s easier than ever for your name to get lost in the crowd. With so many brands for consumers to choose from, it doesn’t really seem to matter if your product or service is the best of the best – if they can’t remember which one you are, your quality is irrelevant.

So are you looking for a way to break through the noise?

Promotional materials that are actually useful might just be an option worth pursuing.

Before rolling your eyes, consider the power of this age old business strategy. According to Jerry McLaughlin of Branders, an online vendor of promotional materials, American businesses spend about $20 billion on products covered in logos and brand reminders for the swamped American mind.

That number is a great indicator that these trinkets still have some incredible power when it comes to generating business.

Why, though?

McLaughlin and researchers at Arizona State University believe that when people receive a gift of any sort, they are automatically inclined to reciprocate, and this can occur in the shape of giving your company business.

So how should you choose what kind of item to give? In a 2011 article written by the New York Times, you should follow three main rules:

  1. Give an item that your audience will use in the environment where they decide whether or not to use your product or service – put your name in front of them where they’re make their decisions
  2. Differentiate your message – make it clever, make it unique
  3. Personalize the message. People love to see their own names.

 

At Pel Hughes, we’re big believers in promotional materials.

We can make personalized:

  • PopSockets (those fun rubber handles for the back of your iPhone the kids are crazy about these days)
  • Pens
  • Hats
  • Tumblers
  • Coffee mugs
  • Drawstring backpacks
  • Stress balls
  • Golf shirts
  • Reusable grocery bags

And that’s just to name a few.

Thinking promotional materials might be a good strategy for your business in 2018? Let us help you get started. 

Grab your customer’s attention with a Personalized URL (PURL)

One of the best ways to grab your customer’s attention is to make them the main event.

How?

Through customization of your campaign, of course.

No – the idea of using the first and last name of your target in an email or mailer isn’t quite novel, but the Personalized URL (PURL) seems to be the move these days.

Why?

Well, that’s easy. A PURL, when entered into a search browser, takes your target customer to a landing page customized just for them.

For example – here at Pel Hughes, we have experience making PURLs for prospective students at Tulane University. The student receives a mailer with their PURL (ex: janesmith.yourtulane.com), and when enter this unique address in their browser, they can select their interests and “meet” their advisor via embedded video.

Of course, the possibilities are endless when it comes to the content of your landing page.

Typically, PURLs are beloved for a few main reasons:

  1. They generate higher conversion rates than non-personalized URLs
  2. Activity on PURL is trackable and can be reported in real time to the creators

This means that you can easily identify and funnell your efforts towards your strongest, most interested prospects.

Think you might want to give PURLs a shot? Contact us today to see how we can make your next email or direct mail campaign pay for itself.