Are You Writing Your Address on Your Mail Right?

 flanagins-tips-1Donna Flanagin of Flanagin's Bulk Mail Service is an expert in maintaining a professional, organized business. With her "Free Tips: Take What You Need" series, Donna will share tips and tricks on how to save time and money on your direct mail. This week, Donna shares out a story that cost a customer hundreds of dollars with an avoidable mistake.

Tip of the Day: Be Careful You Are Using the Right Address

 Think of your address like a phone number, if you get one number wrong the phone does not connect. Essentially your address works the same way.

  For example when you've rented space that covers multiple primary numbers, just use one as your primary address.  Do not use an address like 1822-25 Main Street, enter it as 1822 Main Street.  We see this quite often and the USPS will flag it as an unrecognized address if it covers multiple primary numbers.