Household Products and Services
Over the last 7 years The Private Postman has delivered over 45 million leaflets and brochures for high-end brands and companies working in the sectors of household services and products. .
There are two very simple reasons why our clients keep on using our services.
1: We are experts in weekly leaflet delivery for the affluent London market.
2: We deliver your marketing material directly through your customer’s letterbox.
This is the most direct form of advertising for any service or brand which focuses on the home.
Whether you are planning a small campaign that will take a week to execute or a long-term campaign focused on developing brand recognition in a larger area we can advise you on the best approach to take for the highest return on your investment.
Many of our clients need reliable leaflet delivery in London on a week-in-week-out basis and some trust us to deliver over a million of their leaflets a year. Our shared-distribution system makes it possible to run large campaigns all year round at a very competitive cost.
“The Letter box is ‘Future Proof”
Trusted by large and small…
Over the years we are proud to have worked with the following..
Here are the 3 keys to a successful leaflet distribution campaign in London
The leaflet has to be designed perfectly. We offer a pre-print consultation to fix any issues with leaflet design before our customers go to the expense of paying for a print run.
If needed our team of in-house experts can also design your leaflet from scratch and use our industry contacts to get you a very affordable deal on printing.
Targeting the right areas
Target the right areas for distribution. Our unrivaled knowledge of London and our bespoke mapping system are going to help you plan your distribution and to focus on the right areas with the appropriate target demographic
Repeating the leaflet drop
Repeat the leaflet drop at least once, four to six weeks after the first distribution round is finished.
This last point is absolutely crucial. It is better to deliver to a smaller area twice than a larger area just once. Generally speaking it takes two rounds of delivery to start to make a meaningful impact and many of our customers choose to deliver at four-to-six-weekly intervals all year round.