how long does bulk mail take to reach its destination? Been weeks still no calls
@Marcus Mccluster What did your mailing say? When I worked in advertising, a 1% response was considered excellent. How many did you send out, and what were you offering?
@mindy Jensen the mailing were we buy houses any condition ect. They were to absentee owners. It was about 4,000 maybe more. I just want to know should it take longer than 14 days to get to where they're going ?
@Marcus Mccluster you have been starting threads a lot lately. Maybe you can take a minute to complete your profile so more of us are willing to take our time helping with your questions. Just a suggestion.
Even with basic postcards, you should have had some type of response by now. Depends on the distance the mail has to travel. Did you personally mail them or through a company? If through a company I would check with them to make sure they were sent. What type of contact info did you leave?
I have a friend who experienced a similar situation and did not get any phone calls. I have personally sent out about 200 letters and got about 5 phone calls and 2 e-mails. It depends on how you present yourself.
There is little information given about your situation.
@Marcus Mccluster Chances are it made it, but the response rate is some what low. What you will have to do is to take a different approach that causes for more help versus selling. Once you adopt the educational model then you will see results.
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