Where the Money’s Going: Marketers' 2017 Channel Spending Trends
Many Printing Impressions readers may not realize we have a sister group that comprises Target Marketing, Total Retail and NonProfit Pro magazines. Every year they conduct a research survey to determine which channels marketers plan to allocate their budgets.
Print-based marketing, especially direct mail, seems to be holding up, for the most part. We all know the many benefits of direct mail, especially the fact that, as long as the Postal Service does its job, the piece will be received and most likely viewed by the targeted recipient. The same cannot be said of email, which, according to the 2017 survey results, continues to get more marketing dollars. Printers need to keep preaching the benefits that highly targeted direct marketing provides, especially with the sophisticated personalization capabilities that today’s digital printing equipment and database management make possible.
Want to view the winners and losers of channel spending trends for 2017 that were determined by Editor-in-Chief Thorin McGee, according to Target Marketing‘s research?
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