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The Power of Print in a Digital Age

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Mar 21, 2024

Submitted by Alyce Molinari
Proforma Repromatic
25 Pompton Ave., Suite 101, Verona
(973) 239-7610

In today’s fast-paced digital era, where emails and text messages flood our inboxes and smartphones every day, it’s easy for important invitations or messages to get lost in the shuffle. On any given day I will have approximately 65 emails in my inbox, 20 text messages, and 5 pieces of printed mail in my mailbox. Recently, I experienced a personal mishap when I didn’t see an e-vite to a last minute and greatly missed graduation party. This incident made me realize the value of print media in a world dominated by digital marketing.

Every day, we are bombarded with a high volume of emails and text messages, making it challenging to keep track of important communications. While digital marketing offers convenience and speed, it can sometimes be overwhelming. In contrast, print marketing, such as physical mail pieces, provides a tangible and focused approach that demands attention. With only a handful of mail pieces to sort through, it’s far less likely for important messages to go unnoticed.

While digital marketing certainly has its advantages, the incident with the missed e-vite served as a powerful reminder that print media, including direct mail piece campaigns, still holds its ground. In a world where attention is scarce, the physicality and targeted nature of print materials make them an asset in ensuring that your message reaches its intended recipient. So, the next time you want to make a lasting impression or ensure that your communication doesn’t get lost in the digital noise, consider the power of print.

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