Richmond, VA, December 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Taradel, LLC announced today the launch of "short run" Every Door Direct Mail™ flyers and postcards. The well-known Inc. 5000 company has mailed more than 1.5 million offers for small business owners since March of 2011.
Now available online, small business owners can choose from five different flyer and postcard products designed for maximum visibility in the mail. The sizes range from 4.5" x 12" postcards to giant-sized 11" x 17" flyers.
Until now, small business owners were required to order 5,000 or more total mailers in order to use the service. However, the announcement today drops the required number of mailers to a budget-friendly quantity of 500 or more pieces.
"The small business community is using the EDDM program to gain market share and grow their startups," says Chris Barr, director of marketing for Taradel.
"Not all advertisers can afford to mail thousands of pieces, so we did something about that. Now we have products and technologies that enable advertisers to design, print, and mail offers anywhere in the country, all from one place," added Barr. "From targeting local neighborhoods, to ordering postcards and flyers, any small business owner can launch a powerful marketing campaign from the comfort of their home or office."
So far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Pizzerias, tax services, realtors, medical practices, and contractors are generating new leads and revenue using the EDDM program.
For example, a pizzeria can design, print, and mail takeout menus (with coupon offers) to every household surrounding their restaurant, for as little as twenty-nine cents per home, delivered.
Neal, a pizzeria operator in North Carolina, experienced a tremendous influx of new business using Taradel's EDDM service.
"My wife and I have been in business for a long time. Nothing has ever produced results like EDDM menus. Direct mail is the only effective way to grow business at our two locations."
For more information visit http://www.Taradel.com/DirectMail