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Direct Mail Works for Movers, and We Offer You a Way to Prove It!

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Does Direct Mail Work for Movers? Yes!


Let's Do The Math
For every 100 leads sent a postcard, you are likely to get 1-3 responses and book one large household move.
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1-3 Responses
On Average
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100 Postcards Sent
We mail 4x6 postcards for $94
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1 Large Household Move
Average $3,000-$5,000

For most movers, spending $94 to win $3,000 or more in revenue works for their marketing budget.

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DOs and DON'Ts for Direct Mail


Learn what movers should do or avoid to earn the best response rate.
DOs:
Contact Homeowners Soon After They List Their Homes
Reach homeowners as quickly as possible before they are ready to make a decision and ahead of the competition for the best results.
Use the Power of the Postcard
Postcards offer longevity and give homeowners a physical reminder to call you when they’re ready to hire a mover, even if it’s weeks after the postcard was received.
Mail to More New Listings vs. Pending Listings
By the time a homeowner reaches the pending stage, most have already hired a mover. If you have a limited budget it is better to mail to more new listings than split between new and pending mailings.
DON'Ts:
Don't Use Standard Mail
Standard mail can take up to 2 weeks to be delivered, missing a critical window of opportunity. It also does not provide returns which can alert movers to an underperforming list.
Don’t Rely Solely on Easy to Forget Marketing
Ads can be ignored, and emails are easily deleted. Movers who use postcards get calls from homeowners weeks and months after they’ve arrived.
Don’t Use PENDING LEADS that Haven’t Been Quality Checked
Our Pending Leads are re-verified to confirm they are still homeowner owned and occupied. You won’t get a response from an unoccupied pending listing.