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Bulk mailing reduces postage costs
Bulk mail, also known as "Standard Presort," is the low cost way to do a mass mailing. However, the mail must be prepared according to stringent and indecipherable Post Office regulations.
Preparing a bulk mailing requires expensive software and specialized equipment. It's about verifying addresses, applying barcodes, and sorting the mail. Then you need to deposit the mail at a special Bulk Mail Entry Unit.
The best way to do a direct mailing project is to call the experts at MarketPlace-Solutions.com! Give us your list and your mailing piece -- and it's in the mail stream, usually within 24 hours.
Our mailing services pay for themselves in lower postage
There is no one bulk mail postage rate. Postage costs depend on:
- Where the mailing is going
- Where the mail is deposited
- How finely how the mail is sorted
Rates can vary from 13.9¢ for postcards or letters to over 45¢ for flats! Plus, you have to pay an annual mailing fee at each facility where you enter mail. By automating your mail with a barcode, our services are cheaper than doing it yourself. And that does not include your time and material costs.
You can use our indicia for free.
With discount or "bulk" mailing services, you can receive significant postage discounts for larger mailings by preparing and sorting mail according to Postal Service Guidelines and depositing it at designated locations.
However, this is not something you can easily do at home. You need very expensive software to verify the addresses, add ZIP+4 and put them in the right sequence. You then need to apply a POSTNET barcode -- and soon an Intelligent Barcode -- on the mailing piece. Put the sorted mailing in trays -- and then deliver to a Bulk Mail Entry Unit.
You can't slap on labels and sort by ZIP codes to get the postage and then drop it in the nearest mailbox. In fact, the Post Office is actively discouraging small, infrequent mailers from doing it themselves by imposing new restrictions on accepting the mail.
And then there is the lingo! Do you want to know what CASS certification with DPV is so you can get SCF discounts?
So, if you don't want to "Go Postal" with all the rules and regulations, contact us at 919-848-4332 or firstname.lastname@example.org.