USPS Revamps ‘How-To’ Direct Mail Website Now Includes More Content and Smart Phone Interface

U.S. Postal Service Revamps ‘How-To’ Direct Mail Website Now Includes More Content and Smart Phone Interface

WASHINGTON — Embracing electronic technology to promote the use of direct mail, the U.S. Postal Service recently revamped the companion website to Deliver, its magazine for marketers. The new “how-to” website,, offers all the direct mail and multichannel marketing strategy of Deliver — and much more — including for the first time, a smart phone interface. provides direct marketers and agency professionals from businesses of all sizes with scores of articles, case studies, white papers and online marketing tools to help them grow their businesses through acquisition, retention and brand-building.

“We redesigned the website with more content and a new look, and made it easier for direct marketers to find just what they need,” said Paul Vogel, president, Mailing and Shipping Services. “ is a great place for direct marketers to gather and share success stories, and with the smart phone option, these busy professionals can keep tabs on the hottest direct mail and multichannel news.”

With approximately 7,000 visitors a month, features the latest research, news and commentary for the direct marketing industry. Article topics include brand marketing, prospecting and green marketing, among other direct marketing strategies.

The site also includes an array of online marketing tools, including a “Direct Marketing 101” series that teaches the basics of an effective marketing strategy, helping marketers make smart use of their resources, according to Vogel. A “Resource Wizard” helps users search for articles based on business size and marketing needs and includes information on “Using the Intelligent Mail Barcode.”

To learn more about mail marketing strategies from the Postal Service, visit

The Postal Service receives no tax dollars for operating expenses, and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.