FAQs – your questions answered…
Given the reputation of some of the more unscrupulous operators in our industry, we’d expect you to have some queries and concerns, but here is some reassurance based on the questions we are most frequently asked.
Q. What kind of material will you deliver?
A. We deliver anything that will legitimately and practically go through a letterbox! Most of our work involves the delivery of leaflets, brochures, cards and magazines, but if you have other ideas, we’re always happy to discuss them!
Q. How much will it cost?
A. Prices start from £35 per thousand deliveries, but there a number of factors that will affect the price, including the size and weight of your item, the quantity, and the area you wish to cover.
It also depends on how flexible you can be on location and timing. But we always give you a firm price in advance, so there are never any nasty surprises.
Q. How long will it take to deliver my leaflets?
A. Usually we can arrange a solus delivery within a couple of days, but when you opt for a shared delivery, you may have to wait a little while before we have suitable partner items.
Our best advice is to give us as much notice as possible.
Q. What areas do you cover?
A. We currently cover all the areas within the map shown on the Home Page, but we’re expanding all the time, so if in doubt, please ask.
Q. How do you check that my leaflets are really delivered and not dumped in a bin?
A. We use a number of methods. The main one is a physical check, where we visit a representative sample of all the addresses on a list, and simply ask whether they recall having seen the item in question. We also do telephone follow-ups, and spot checks on our distributors during their delivery schedule.
Q. What level of response can I expect?
A. The truth is that nobody can guarantee any level of response, and every campaign is different. What we do know is that if we deliver well-designed, well-written leaflets regularly to the right people, they will respond. What is important is to monitor response to know how successful each campaign has been. Testing is easy, and costs very little.