EDDM: What Is It?
The USPS's Every Door Direct Mail service gives you the power of a bulk mailer campaign at a fraction of the cost. Attracting new clients and earning more local business with direct mailing has never been easier. There's no need for expensive mailing lists, variable addressing or even going to the post office. All you need is a print-ready file, an area to target and a few minutes to place your EDDM order. We will bring your postcard mailing campaign from concept to completion.
How Does It Work?
What Are the Benefits?
Why EDDM vs. Bulk Mailing or Email?
- No permits, addresses or mailing lists required
- 2-4 business day delivery once mailed
- See instant pricing, updated in real-time as you choose your mail routes
- First-class service, cheaper than bulk or priority
- Mailboxes don’t have spam filters!
- Hit every mailbox in your target area without lifting a foot
- Great for locally focused businesses and services with mass appeal
Is Every Door Direct Mail Right for Me?
Are you new in town, or looking to increase your local exposure and gain more clients and customers in your town or neighborhood? Are the costs of traditional bulk mailing, not to mention permits and lists, too high to justify? Are you trying to reach as many people as possible without spending a fortune? Are your online and other marketing avenues bringing in the wrong kind of leads? Only EDDM can solve all these problems at once, and you can rest easy at night knowing your postcards are in the mail -- so they won’t be filtered into Spam to be forever neglected, or erroneously zapped into digital oblivion by overzealous AI bots. Because now the very same organization who once unified the nation with the Pony Express are uniting local businesses with shoppers, customers and clients on Main Street. Put your trust in DocuCopies and the United States Post Service for your next mailing campaign.
How Will My Piece be Addressed?
All Every Door Direct Mail piece must have the entire mailing label on the "top half" of the piece. The orientation of the label, whether it's applied on the long or short side, does not matter (except that labels placed parallel to the shortest end must not be upside down). The shortest end will always be the top half of the piece. Length is always the longest side. See the picture at the right for example.
Follow the instructions at the top to get started with your Every-Door Direct Mail campaign today!