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ACS or NCOALink – Which Should You Use?

Posted by Kim Mauch on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 - 12:41
ACS or NCOALink – Which Should You Use?

In 2008 USPS announced that First-Class and Standard Mail mailings must be processed using an approved Move Update method. Two of the most popular ways of satisfying the Move Update requirement are Address Change Service (ACS) and NCOALink® . These two processes have quite a few differences, and the benefits of each can be a little confusing. In this post, we’ll cover how each of these processes work and when to use each one.

Using Address Correction Results to Reduce Return Mail

Posted by Kim Mauch on Wednesday, April 20, 2011 - 12:37
Using Address Correction Results to Reduce Return Mail

This post continues our series in getting the most from your address list. To learn about address correction results, read Understanding Address Correction Results.

After processing your list through CASS and DPV, what can you do with the addresses to get the most out of your mailing? Here are some steps you can take to increase the quality of your mailings.

Reminder: New Postage Rates and Forms for April 17

Posted by Kim Mauch on Wednesday, April 13, 2011 - 18:30
Reminder: New Postage Rates and Forms for April 17
Next Sunday postal prices will rise again. While First-Class stamps for letters less than an ounce are still $0.44, almost every other price is changing on April 17th. Along with the new rates, most USPS Postage Statements have been updated.

Today’s Secret to Success for Mailers: Deliver Better Service

Posted by Rob Perin on Thursday, March 24, 2011 - 19:43
oday’s Secret to Success for Mailers: Deliver Better Service

The following article by Satori Software President, Hugh Rogovy, was published in the Mail magazine 2011 CEO Perspectives issue:

Over the last fifteen years, growing use of the Internet has claimed many functions formerly only handled by mail. Everything from daily correspondence with family and friends to bill payment and other business transactions have moved from physical mail to email and online transactions. Every industrialized country’s post has experienced double-digit decreases in mail volume in the last decade.