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Direct mail campaigns benefit from higher response rates than various other channels, finds the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) in a June 2012 study. Comparing rates over time, the report indicates that the response rate for direct mail to an existing customer averages 3.4%, compared to 0.12% for email. Interestingly, (letter-sized) direct mail’s relative superiority over email in terms of response rate comes despite the former’s 25% decline in response rate over the past 9 years.

Direct Mail Tops Email For Response Rates; Costs Per Lead Similar - Marketing Charts