APG Supply Postcard

  • April 23, 2024

In the bustling realm of marketing, reaching potential customers at the right time with the right message can make all the difference. For APG Supply in Connellsville, PA, targeting new homeowners can be a strategic move to introduce them to the company’s offerings. One effective way to connect with this audience is through a well-crafted postcard campaign. Below is the guide we used with APG Supply on getting their Spring postcard ready to go.

Understanding Your Audience

Before diving into the technical aspects of creating a postcard, it’s crucial to understand who you’re targeting. New homeowners are often in the midst of settling into their new spaces, making them receptive to services and products that can enhance their homes. They might be looking for home improvement supplies, decor items, or even professional services related to home maintenance.

Building Your Mailing List

The first step is to compile a mailing list of new homeowners in your target area. You can acquire this data from various sources, including real estate listings, public records, or specialized mailing list providers. Ensure that your list is up to date and segmented to match your target audience’s preferences and needs.

Designing the Postcard

The design of your postcard plays a significant role in grabbing attention and conveying your message effectively. Here are some design tips:

  1. Eye-catching Visuals: Use high-quality images related to home improvement, construction, or products you offer.
  2. Clear Message: Keep your copy concise and focused. Highlight key benefits or promotions.
  3. Call to Action (CTA): Include a clear CTA such as “Visit our store for exclusive discounts” or “Call now for a free consultation.”
  4. Branding: Ensure your brand logo and colors are prominently featured for brand recognition.

Crafting Compelling Content

When it comes to content, tailor your message to resonate with new homeowners. Highlight how your products or services can add value to their new homes. Consider including testimonials or before-and-after images to showcase successful projects or satisfied customers.

Printing and Distribution

Once your postcard design is finalized, it’s time to move to the printing phase. Work with a reputable printing company that offers quality printing services. Choose durable cardstock and high-resolution printing for a professional look.

For distribution, use the mailing list you’ve compiled. Ensure that addresses are accurate and that you comply with local postal regulations. You can also explore options for targeted delivery, such as bulk mailing services or direct delivery to specific neighborhoods.

Tracking and Analysis

After sending out your postcards, track the campaign’s performance to measure its effectiveness. Monitor metrics such as response rate, website visits, or sales attributed to the campaign. Use this data to refine future campaigns and improve ROI.


A well-executed postcard campaign targeting new homeowners can be a powerful tool for APG Supply in Connellsville, PA, to expand its customer base and increase brand awareness. By understanding your audience, creating compelling content, and leveraging a targeted mailing list, you can create impactful marketing campaigns that resonate with your target market.

Remember, consistency and relevance are key in maintaining customer engagement and driving business growth. Happy marketing!


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