Local Businesses KILL IT with Every Door Direct Mail

Posted: January 29th, 2014 under Business Building, Business Success, Carpet Cleaner Marketing, Expert, Internet Marketing, Motivation & Acceleration.

How Carpet Cleaners Can Get Tons of New High-End Customers Using E.D.D.M...(EVERY DOOR DIRECT MAIL)

If you haven’t heard of the Post Office’s Easy, CHEAP, & Effective Way – Only $.16 per Piece! – To Get Your Message Delivered To The Best Prospects…you are missing out on some serious potential.

And, even if you’ve “tried it” and gotten some measure of success, you might want to take a look into doing it the ‘direct response marketing’ kind of way.  We are  hosting a webinar that gives away some of these awesome techniques along with a proven example EDDM marketing piece that you can take to the bank!

Be sure you check out the details:










  • Exactly what Every Door Direct Mail (EDDM) is – and how it can be used as a powerful tool for attracting high-end customers!
  • The exact blueprint for creating an EDDM piece that will get you the MAXIMUM response – without this you’ll get only mediocre results…
  • How to pick the right size EDDM piece, the right zones to send it, and step-by-step how to get the whole process done!
  • DONE FOR YOU! You don’t have to become a marketing expert…We’ll GIVE you a PROVEN, tried-&-true EDDM marketing piece that is working like gangbusters for everyone that tries it!

See you on the webinar!

Joel Cohen
Piranha Marketing, Inc.





  1. Interesting article on EDDM. Does physical DM still retain the power of engagement? I typically find response rates quite low.

    Comment by Aqua-dry — February 15, 2014 @ 5:02 am

  2. Absolutely it works. We have people all over the world growing their businesses with it! It makes a return on investment and is scalable so you can target market all the choicest neighborhoods. Plus, the kind of marketing we give you helps to sift, sort, and screen prospects so you end up working with the best kind of clients!

    Comment by Joe Polish — April 25, 2014 @ 3:01 pm

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