Bill Insert

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Bill Insert

Marketing material sent in the mail along with a regular bill. This allows a company to maximize its advertisements at the lowest possible price because it does not have to pay for extra postage. A bill insert is also called a bill stuffer.
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Bill stuffers inform customers that they can choose 10 LED bulbs in various wattages and colors.
With so many methods of communicating to members and employees--direct mail, bill stuffers, printed newsletters, video newsletters, bulletin boards, newspapers, phone and voice mail, radio, television, club presentations, member committees, board meetings, e-mail, Internet, texting, Facebook and You Tube, among them--Ray says communicators can be excused for sometimes feeling a little like Stretch Armstrong.
Each service technician, customer service representative and staff member, as well as our monthly local service statement, monthly newsletter, bill stuffers newspaper ads, radio ads, billboard ads, etc.
If we try radio campaigns or bill stuffers or flyers in equipment rental places and we notice that in a certain area there are more calls for locates, then we know that type of advertising is working," he says.
an outfit that sells bill stuffers to banks across the country, so it's likely that thousands of people will take that warning to include Countryside.
Hard cost take-out, such as eliminating printing, envelopes, postage and bill stuffers, offers a perfect opportunity for utilities and other industries to dramatically reduce operating expenses at this critical time in our economy, while actually enhancing the customer experience.
Outdoor Channel also provides marketing materials for each partner, including everything from taggable spots and tip vignettes to bill stuffers and radio scripts.
Business meeting: Matters related to County Road 804 right of way; water bill stuffers.
The campaign provides ready-to-use advertisements, radio and television announcements, bill stuffers, school curriculum and other materials to water agencies, associations, irrigation districts, and other organizations.
Rather than relying solely on bill stuffers, billboards, and newspaper advertisements, ESPs are now using contests, kites, coffee, and free television shows to get their messages across.
EIM uses targeted marketing techniques, including bill stuffers and emails, to drive customer participation.