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Newspaper Inserts Vs Direct Mail
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Research from New Zealand's Newspaper Advertising Bureau compared the performance of Newspaper inserts against Unaddressed mail.


 Junk mail vs Direct Mail
Media vs Medium

Unaddressed Mail is not a Media. It does not deliver news or broad information. It is explicitly an advertising medium. Daily Newspapers are a trusted and traditional media that offers consumers a wide range of price point comparison and information.
Trusted media vs ‘Junk Mail’

Many people associate Unaddressed Mail as ‘Junk Mail’ and request it to not be delivered to their letterboxes. Daily Newspapers are a traditional and accepted media that is welcomed into consumers’ homes on a daily basis – consumers make a conscious choice to purchase and read.
 Newspapers are welcome Fine line between unadressed mail and junk mail-
50% of the people in the top 3 socio-economic groups throw away unaddressed mail, and 44%agree that free ads or circulars are a nuisance.
 People keep newspaper inserts Newspaper inserts are non-intrusive
In contrast, over half of this coveted target group agree that newspaper advertising is non-intrusive. And of all people aged 15+ who have read a daily newspaper in the last 7 days, 1.2 million saved an advertisement or coupon.
The table below represents people who have actually bought something as the result of seeing it advertised* in daily newspapers vs unadressed mail.
purchases from Newspapers inserts vs unaddressed mail

Research conducted in 2009 from Newspaper Association of America show similar trends. They found newspaper readers value insert advertising with 73% of adults regularly or occasionally reading inserts, while 82% have been spurred to action by a newspaper insert in the month prior to their study.
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