By Denny Hatch, Don Jackson
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Catalog bind-ins/blow-ins. , a magazine subscription offer or a lead generator for a lawn tool product bound into a catalog). Many catalogs are now beginning to offer blow-in space, traditional advertising space, and business reply card (printed three up to make a page) space in their catalogs to further serve the direct-response advertiser. Blow-ins can run as little as half the price of package inserts to the same customers. Other alternatives. Inserts have been included in newspapers and supermarket take-one racks, have ridden along with pennysavers, order acknowledgments, and freestanding inserts (FSIs in runs of Sunday supplements), and the list goes on.
A super freebie will raise the number of inquiries, but to be successful it must raise the number of conversions as well. Cost per acquired lead and converted sale. What It Is. The cost for each lead generated. Simply, the total cost (production, medium, and other related costs) divided by the number of leads. This report should also include the cost for each lead converted to a sale. How You Use This Data. Comparing costs for each effort informs future marketing plans about the cost-effectiveness of the medium.
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2,239 tested secrets for direct marketing success by Denny Hatch, Don Jackson