3 Ways Direct Mail Can Improve Your Seasonal Business

Looking to grow your seasonal business? Find out how direct mail advertising can help.

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If you own a seasonal business, it’s important to put extra effort into reaching prospective customers during your operation window. Whether you offer landscaping services or are selling decorations for the holiday season, it’s crucial to create a sense of urgency around your good or service in order to encourage your target demographic to act right away.

Here are 3 key strategies direct mail advertising employs to help you improve your seasonal business:

Uses deadlines to motivate prospective customers

Direct mail marketing uses deadlines as a way to generate urgency and create a call to action. Graphic designers will ensure the expiration of your good or service is made apparent. As well, you can offer a discount to customers who enroll or shop before a certain date so they have an incentive to take action quickly.

Rewards faithful customers

In addition to broadening your customer base, direct mail takes into account the importance of retaining existing customers. For example, if you own a snow shovelling business that only operates during the winter months, offer clients a discount if they sign up for 2 or more years. Alternatively, you can reward existing clients by offering them an exclusive promotion for the upcoming season.

Offers an off-season promotion or coupon code

Direct mail can include a seasonal promotion or coupon code that enables you to track exactly how many new customers the campaign is generating. If your business operates year round but is busiest during a particular time of year, offer customers a promotion they can use during the off-season.

As digital advertising continues to proliferate the advertising space, more and more business owners are turning to direct mail to deliver their message. If you own a GTA based business, contact Digital Response Media Group to find out more about how direct mail advertising can help your seasonal business thrive.