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How To Calculate the ROI of Direct Mail

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Each week, we break down a common marketing metric on our YouTube channel in order to help you measure, and get more out of your marketing. This week we're looking at the return on investment (ROI) of direct mail campaigns.

Determining The ROI of Direct Mail Campaigns

While we, at Mighty Roar focus on digital marketing, many of our clients look to us for print work, including direct mail.

Usually, direct mail has been a part of the brand's marketing mix for years and - even though there's a push to become more digital - there are concerns that removing or altering the existing approach to direct mail will trigger a decline in business.

To address those fears, and truly gauge whether direct mail is working for you, it's important to know how to calculate its ROI - which we walk through in the following video:



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