Engaging Variable Data

Most marketers know that personalized mailers increase response rates – by 36% in most cases. Now you can easily personalize any aspect of your direct mail piece with variable text and images, making it both eye-catching and relevant to recipients. Personalize based on preferences and purchasing patterns, prompting customers to take action.

Add A Personal Touch, Free of Cost

Amazingmail’s online designer makes adding variable data to any campaign quick, easy and free of cost. Using carat bracket notation (i.e. Dear ^First^) from within our online text tool, you can insert data placeholders that will be populated by the data in your mailing list.

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Grab Attention with
Personalized Images

By leveraging DirectSmile’s patented Image Personalization software, Amazingmail gives you the opportunity to add a unique “cool factor” that will fuel better response rates. This technology allows you to seamlessly add your customer’s name in image form to virtually any background photo. The possibilities are endless and free of change with your mailing of 250 cards or more.

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Success Stories

"I got the most beautiful call from an elderly donor who had just gotten the card and wanted to know if there was a real plaque at UNCF with his name on it. I told him that there was not. There was only his name on a plaque in our hearts. He said, "Okay then. I was just wondering. I was thinking, "Imagine. UNCF has a plaque with my name on it. Wow! I will continue to contribute because you are one of my favorite charities."

“Because of the different ways Amazing Mail has provided multi-level marketing such as turnkey postcards with variable printing, coupons and Admit Two passes I would highly recommend adding Amazing Mail to your vendor roster. Amazing Mail has been nothing short of stellar for Lincoln and the campuses we represent.”

“The quality of the print materials is superb and the personalization features are really powerful! AmazingMail has really made an impact in our communication efforts.”