36th Edition

Posted in Uncategorized, Food drive, USPS, Postal Service, Letter Carrier, postal news, semipostal, postal, post office, stamp by yourpostalpodcast on May 19th, 2011

A simple plan for small business mailing

Making direct mail marketing simpler than ever for small business owners is the focus of this month's podcast.


Listen to discover how new businesses are using the new "Every Door Direct Mail" program to target inexpensive mailings to specific delivery routes, without the need of a permit or address list.

Also on this month's program: A recap of the 19th Annual "Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive, as well as a summary of recent postal headlines


Photo top: Mark Weingartz, owner of Dan's Barber Shop and Mankato, MN, Letter Carrier Kim Roy take a peek at Belle Mar Center's Every Door Direct Mailing.

Photo bottom: Employees at the Blue Valley Branch of thhe Shawnee Mission, KS, Post Office gather to help "Stamp Out Hunger."

For a transcript of this podcast, please click here.

Please click here to share your comments and ideas for future editions. Thanks for listening!


  • Dacey

    Every door direct mail has various benefit and it is used for variety of purpose in comparison to traditional mail.When mailing a postcard through the post office traditionally you need a permit which can cost as much as $450 just to open your account. This annual fee has been waived to mail EDDM Retail

    Sep 27, 2011 at 1:47 am
  • maria jose

    Wow!Every Door Direct Mail is a marketing device.There are number of useful marketing tools but the most effective tool of marketing is Every door direct mail with postcard marketing.The mailing needs no addresses and can be sent to every address in a carrier route.

    Oct 15, 2011 at 4:14 am