Integrated, direct response marketing and advertisements allow you to generate more leads and more sales than ever before.
What is integrated marketing?
It’s when your:

  • Email
  • Facebook
  • Banner ads
  • Direct mail

All of the above goes to the same names/prospects:

  • No waste
  • Highly targeted
  • Powerful multimedia increase in response

Let me give you an example.
One of our clients has a bio-tech newsletter service. Subscribers pay $350 to subscribe for 1 year to his service.
The client wanted to dramatically expand his subscriber base, and to do so profitably.
We recommended an integrated campaign based upon the following model graphic:
As you can see from the graphic, the marketing campaign has different components. In this client’s case, here’s what we did:

  1. Targeted data modeling

The first step was to create a precise and accurate replica of his current subscribers—the people who were likely to subscribe to his service.
Because of advanced data modeling, we could profile his ideal subscribers and create a look-alike audience.
For your marketing, what you’ll be doing is duplicating through these advanced modeling techniques the exact prospects based on your current buyer list.

  1. Created a powerful Direct mail responsive postal file

Making sure that the data modeling produce names of direct mail response prospects—people who made similar direct mail purchases within the last 12 months—as part of data modeling, we created a powerful direct mail list which was the central piece of the campaign.

  1. Created a powerful direct mail piece—in this case a magalog and a newsalog

Instead of using a normal, traditional envelope mailing, we created a magalog. This was a 16-page magazine like direct mail piece with direct response copy and art. It is like an infomercial in print.
See video briefing on what a magalog is here.
We tested this against a newsalog—a 16-page newspaper that looks and feels like a newspaper.
See my video brief on newsalogs here.
Both versions worked and were rotated during the campaign.

  1. Email to the same postal names.

We created a pre-mailing (an email to hit before the direct mail was received) and post-emailing (an email hitting after the direct mail) campaign to the people targeted in our direct campaign—and emails in between).
In fact, we created a series of 7 emails to the same prospects.
Here is an example:

  1. Banner Ads to the same postal names.

We created banner ads for the same campaign just to the same postal names.

  1. We used Facebook ads top the same names we mailed to in the news feed. Here is an example:


  1. We did remarketing/retargeting campaigns on Google and Facebook

For Google and Facebook, our ads followed prospects form our special landing page throughout their online experience.
(For a  briefing on remarketing, see video here: Why retargeting is a game changer?)

  1. We did a special landing page

And the landing page was designed to be able to have no navigation distraction. (See my video brief on landing pages here)

  1. A powerful video concept:

Because video helps convert a greater number of buyers and increases response to banner ads, Facebook ads, and email, we added a video component.
With all these different parts of the campaign, we created a direct integrated marketing effort, with efforts focused on our targeted prospect: the same names for mail, email, banner ads, and Facebook news deeds, resulting in maximizing returns.
In our next campaign we added the following:

  1. Facebook—Lookalike

And from our custom list in Facebook, we created a Facebook look-alike campaign to expand sales.

  1. A Google true-view/pre-roll

Pre-roll: And we used versions of his video for targeted audiences.
Do you want to use integrated marketing for your next campaign? Call me at (310) 212-5727 or email me at for a free consultation.