Prize Draw: 12mths Free Royal Mail Marketing

By Chris Dawson September 20, 2012 - 7:39 am

Sign up to enter the draw
to win 12 months free
“Royal Mail Simple Ways To Grow”

Royal Mail have put together a marketing package to support small businesses who want to kick start their marketing and are offering one lucky Tamebay reader free marketing for a whole year worth £336 plus VAT*.

Known as “Simple Ways To Grow”, Royal Mail’s marketing package is ideal for

• People thinking about starting up a new business or organisation.
• Businesses that have already got off the ground and are making decisions on how to market themselves and what tools they need.
• Businesses that are already trading and are focused on getting new customers and making their business more effective.

The marketing will enable you to start growing your business in the run up to Christmas and beyond with data lists of 1,000 prospects per month (Business or Consumer – you choose) plus emailshots and mailshots. You won’t even have to pay for the stamps!

What does the prize package include

• Direct marketing lists of businesses and consumers from dbsdata
• Mail and print service from docmail and email service from NewZapp
• Plus discounts on Parcelforce services

The prize draw – 1st October 2012

To enter simply fill out the form above. As well as announcing the winner we’ll also have a special offer to send you in the first week of October.

The draw is open to all Tamebay readers based in the UK**. The prize draw will take place on the 1st of October and one winner will be selected at random from all entrants to win 12 months free marketing with Royal Mail’s Simple Ways To Grow.

*Normal cost £28/month plus VAT
**Sorry to our overseas readers but the prize is only valid within the UK
Winners must agree to their name and business being profiled by Tamebay and Royal Mail

  • 5 years ago

    I’m curious. Where do these prospects come from that they are giving away and/or selling? Did consumers and businesses sign up somewhere with Royal Mail indicating what they are interested in? Or is this just some sort of glorified spam list?

    • 5 years ago

      As per the post the leads are from a respectable marketing firm DBS Data

Recent Comments

3 hours ago
ian: what a fabtastic message sums up how i feel 100% (on a smaller scale) but im...
11 hours ago
Nasir Kothia: A fantastic event !! Proud to be a sponsor and look forward to exhibiting again next...
15 hours ago
Northumbrian: Get real folks Suck it up or work round it EBay's been doing this for decades Many have...
16 hours ago
Pawel: So basically there is no way we can make our listing looking better by having...