There's been a consistent theme in the media regarding the United States Postal Service: their attempts to remain relevant in the modern world.
HUDSON, WISCONSIN (PRWEB) August 29, 2013
For the last few years there's been a consistent theme in the media regarding the United States Postal Service: their attempts to remain relevant in the modern world. While the country's foremost method of paper communication has long faced competition from UPS, FedEx, DHL and other private companies, the increasing prevalence of email as the preferred mode of communication has further called the agency's future into question.
But one service that still elevates the USPS above others is their Every Door Direct Mailing. This allows marketers and businesses to reach every single door within a given area without the need for a comprehensive mailing list.
The online color copying and digital printing company Docucopies.com now makes it as simple as ever to print material that meets the USPS's guidelines for this service.
"The USPS's specifications for paper size and weight can be a little confusing," says Marketing Director and Vice President Jeff Corbo. "We now offer a few common, standard sizes of postcards to simplify the ordering process for customers who want to use EDDM."
Customers who want a special postcard size not shown on the website can still make a note to cut to that size, but the company recommends customers check the USPS website's guidelines to ensure their size will be compatible.
For more information on Docucopies.com, including their mailing services, as well as color copies, booklets, books, postcards, brochures and more, visit them online at http://www.Docucopies.com.