Sending Flyers In The Mail

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  • Stay in touch with friends and family
    who don't use computers.
  • Send postcards from your phone, computer,
    or anywhere you have email.
  • No commitment. Cancel anytime.
  • Door drops such as leaflets, flyers and brochures can be a powerful addition to your marketing mix. They put your brand message straight into the homes of new and existing customers and drive high levels of engagement. In fact, research shows that 83% of door drops are opened, read or filed. And they are great value for money too.
  • Restrictions for attaching flyers, posters, etc.
  • E-Mail Merge, Full Color Flyer. Send individual, full color flyer emails to multiple people with one easy process. Outlook email merge can be used to email a full color flyer to recipients. This is a cost-saving alternative to expensive paper flyers and postage. Start with Outlook.

Custom Flyer Design. Every flyer from Mail Shark comes with free custom design and unlimited revisions. Our team of graphic designers know how to create engaging flyers to catch your audience’s eye. Send us an existing flyer design, or we’ll create a custom mail piece for.

Sending Flyers In The Mail Online

  • Stand by the Eiffel Tower, snap a pic, and attach it to an email—then we'll mail your Eiffel Tower postcard to your friends and family via U.S. Mail.
  • Postcardly makes travel postcards cheap, easy, and personal.

Snap a pic on your phone, attach it to an email, and—voilá!—we'll put your postcard in the mail.

It's hard to share pictures with older relatives who aren't on Facebook. Printing and mailing photos is a pain. But email is easy—and using Postcardly is just like using email.

Start your

How do I
send my
first postcard?

(Yes, it's really this easy.)

Create a Postcardly
email address

like [email protected]

Sending Flyers Through The Mail


Send an e-mail with
an attached photo

to [email protected]


We mail Grandma Kay
a postcard—

with your words on the back and your photo on the front—via U.S. Mail

That's why we created Postcardly. Family is a big part of our lives, and sharing pictures is the
best—and most fun!—way to keep in touch. We use Facebook and email, but our
relatives who don't use (or just don't like) computers always get left out.
Like Paul's 88-year-old grandma.
So now we send photos through Postcardly. It's as easy as email for us,
and everybody loves getting photos in the mail. There's just something
special about having a physical photo to put on your fridge or keep in
your purse.
And Paul's grandma loves it.
'Postcardly is so easy to use; just attach a photo to an email and it's done! I have sent many cards to friends and family, most who have email, but everyone enjoys having a real photo of our daughter to put on their fridge.'

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