2 years!

Posted On 11:25 AM by Scott Costello |

This past weekend was dedicated to my wife as we were celebrating our 2 year anniversary! Yea us! I love my wife and hopefully she'll still love me while I'm trying to make our lives better. hehe


So with the above being said, All I did this past weekend was get more mailers ready to print out. I've got a big batch going out today (when I pick up stamps) on the way home. I've also thought of a plan for sending out mailers, here it is...

1st Mailer: Send out Letter
2nd Mailer: Send postcards (2 weeks later)
3rd Mailer: Send Postcards (1 Month later)
4th Mailer: Send Postcards (2 Months later)
5th Mailer: Send Letter & Business Card (3 Months later)
6th Mailer: Send Postcard (4 Months later)
7th Mailer: Send Postcard (6 Months Later)


I think the above sounds pretty good. Now I just need a good and easy way to track all of this. I could create some simple program to do it but I'm not sure I want to invest the time for that. Then again, a little time invested now will save me a lot of time later on. Does anyone have software that you can set this all up in and it will just spit out letters or postcard reminders with one click of a button?
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5 Response to '2 years!'
  1. Shae
    http://sjcostello.blogspot.com/2009/03/this-past-weekend-was-dedicated-to-my.html?showComment=1238441580000#c4399554844674716041'> March 30, 2009 at 12:33 PM

    I just wanted to tell you happy anniversary! :-)

     

  2. Scott Costello
    http://sjcostello.blogspot.com/2009/03/this-past-weekend-was-dedicated-to-my.html?showComment=1238442360000#c2186266473079194239'> March 30, 2009 at 12:46 PM

    Why thank you Shae!

     

  3. Ned Carey
    http://sjcostello.blogspot.com/2009/03/this-past-weekend-was-dedicated-to-my.html?showComment=1238634900000#c1158754041134832498'> April 1, 2009 at 6:15 PM

    A very old school but effective technique is 7 buckets (or boxes / other containers).

    When you first print your mailing, print all seven versions. Then drop one in each bucket. Once a month empty and mail a bucket and move that bucket to the end of the line.

    With this process, at any time you can add 1 or 100 new leads to the system and each will go out on it's own schedule.

    Sometimes simple is the best.

     

  4. Shae
    http://sjcostello.blogspot.com/2009/03/this-past-weekend-was-dedicated-to-my.html?showComment=1238635440000#c1422725349665550074'> April 1, 2009 at 6:24 PM

    Brilliant, Ned :-)

     

  5. Scott Costello
    http://sjcostello.blogspot.com/2009/03/this-past-weekend-was-dedicated-to-my.html?showComment=1238682900000#c9011699884480271525'> April 2, 2009 at 7:35 AM

    That's a good idea ned! Simple is definitely better sometimes