“Research shows that 41% of people over 65, don’t use the internet at all. For marketers, that’s a huge segment that can’t be targeted by email or social media.” says Scott Taylor in an article he wrote for the Huffington Post.

A lot of people have been saying that direct mail is dead with all of the social media and internet marketing. I read an interesting article from the Huffington Post and thought I would share a little from it:

“Are you part of the 33% who find direct mail the most effective way to remember a product? How about the 79% of consumers who will act on direct mail immediately? Or maybe you’re part of the 74% of consumers who can’t wait to find out what’s in their letter box? If so, then no doubt you’re already well aware that direct mail is far from dead.

With the online consumer having an attention span of around eight seconds (yes, less than a gold fish), the online landscape exploding into a fierce battle of the brands and email marketing failing to hit targets for many businesses across the country, it may be time to the consider bringing direct mail marketing back into the fold of your strategic marketing plan.

If you’re still skeptical of the results direct mail can harness, here are five reasons why direct mail is very much alive and kicking.”

Click Here to read the full article that Scott Taylor wrote for the Huffington Post

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