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USPS Shows Sellers How Snail Mail Can Boost Mobile Shopping

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USPS Shows Sellers Snail Mail Can Boost Mobile Shopping

The US Postal Service is hosting a webinar to show sellers how direct mail can help drive mobile sales. The USPS 2019 Mobile Shopping Promotion Webinar will be held online (via WebEx) on Wednesday, July 31, 2019 at 2 PM EST.

A description of the webinar follows:

“The USPS Mailing Services team will hold a webinar on July 31, 2019 at 2 PM EST to discuss the Mobile Shopping Promotion. The intent of the promotion is to demonstrate how direct mail combined with mobile technology can be a convenient method for consumers to do their shopping. This promotion provides an upfront postage discount to qualifying mailers who use Mobile Print Technology on their mailpieces that drive mobile purchases. This webinar will provide mailers with a description of basic program requirements.”

Interested sellers can register for the webinar on the Webex.com website.

Additional information can be accessed on the USPS PostalPro website.

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2 thoughts on “USPS Shows Sellers How Snail Mail Can Boost Mobile Shopping”

  1. Giving small and medium sellers the sane sweet deal rhey give big box and china would increase sales as well. Instead they use middle men like ebay paypal stamps etc where such deals are doled out discriminatory and profits shaved off the top.

    So..no thanks usps

  2. USPS could always try making shipping affordable again. The minimum price they’re asking these days is over $7. It’s a huge premium on products that cost $15-$25. Customers just aren’t willing to pay that. Every time they jack it up a little further to coddle the Chinese some more, I see another falloff in orders.

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