We Print, Insert, Address and Mail Letters - that get noticed!
Mail inserted into an envelope has always raised the perceived value of direct mail. Envelopes can be mailed First Class or Standard Mail, however, invoices and any financial mail are required to be delivered with First Class postage.
Save time and money when your envelopes, letters and inserts are printed and mailed by one reliable lettershop. Let the experts who know letter mail best and get you the best printing and postage rates possible.
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Let our lettershop specialist help you design an inserted letter mailing branded with your special identity. Here's 3 easy ways to get your letter project started:
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- Always put the address and the postage on the same side of your mailpiece. Place the attention line at the top of the address -- never below the city and state or in the bottom corner of your mailpiece
- Almost 25% of all mailpieces have something wrong with the address -- for instance, a missing apartment number or a wrong ZIP Code. Can some of those mailpieces get delivered, in spite of the incorrect address? Yes. But your mail may take longer to deliver. At Excel Printing and Mailing we cleanse each mailing list to save our customers money and capture the highest postal discounts.
- Words like “east” and “west” are called directionals and they are VERY important. A missing or a bad directional can prevent your mail from being delivered correctly.
- Fancy type fonts such as those used on wedding invitations do not read well on mail processing equipment. Fancy fonts look great on your envelopes, but also may slow down your mail.
- Some types of paper interfere with the machines that read addresses. The paper on the address side should be white or light in color. No patterns or prominent flecks, please! Also, the envelope shouldn’t be too glossy -- avoid shiny, coated paper stock.