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Bruce Rogat Photo Bruce Rogat
New Method, Owner

"Postcard Marketing Magic with Pizazz!"


Listen to Briefing from 02/21/10

Interview Summary:

Learn how postcard marketing has changed over the past 20 years. Advances in printing technology have yielded special digital printing techniques today. This presentation will show you how new variable data photo image postcards can increase your response rate by up to 40%. Nobody throws away a postcard with a unique photo image with their own name on it. These special images can be used for calendars, notepads, postcards, newsletters, business cards and complex emails. Their effectiveness is increased with landing Pages and email list building is made easier.

Bruce and his wife Margo have owned New Method Marketing for 21 years. They started out labeling postcards for Realtors and grew into printing and mailing services as well as production of many other printed products and electronic mail. From a Mom and Pop start they have grown to 38 employees and a production facility over 10,000 square feet. The newest addition has been the email marketing blasts for Realtors based upon their zip code areas in the entire United States. They are a leader in Notepad printing with their affiliated company, Captain Notepad.


Contact Information:

Bruce Rogat
Owner, New Method
14 Inverness Drive East, Bldg. C-108
Englewood, CO 80112
(v) 303-799-6090
(f) 303-799-6087
(e) bruce@newmethodmarketing.com
(w)www.newmethodmarketing.com





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