Posts Tagged: technology

We don’t talk to each other like we used to, but that’s okay.

We don’t talk to each other like we used to, but that’s okay. Did you ever say “boy they grow up so fast” when we think about the kids in our lives? I started to think about my children and how fast they were growing up, and that in a very short time (not too short) they will be meeting someone, getting married, starting a career, a family, and buying a home. As I watch them grow and realize how close they really ... Read more

CFS Promotes Tony Pires to Director of Operations

[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE] CFS Promotes Tony Pires to Director of Operations Norton, MA – April 10th - CFS, Inc., a growing marketing support provider focused on providing “Client Focused Solutions”, is proud to announce the promotion of Tony Pires to Director of Operations. “Tony has been a huge part of our success and we were thrilled to promote him to this important position. He has done a great job helping CFS evolve, and we look forward to seeing what he can do in this ... Read more

Mail Drives Mobile Engagement

A couple of years ago, I had a friend tell me those “funny square bar codes” popping up were a fad and would quickly disappear. She was referring to QR codes, and they are not only sticking around, but becoming more prominent as mobile phone use continues to increase. QR codes, GURLs, and PURLs could be considered the lynch pins holding multi-channel marketing together. Therefore, as marketers, we are always thinking about how we can incorporate mobile technology into our campaigns. Simply ... Read more

Direct Mail and Email. We just don’t look at them the same anymore.

Back when computers first came on the scene, getting one in your office or home was a big deal. Before the computer, a steady flow of direct mail would be delivered to you on a daily basis. Funny, how over a relatively short period of time, things have changed so much. Direct mail continues to flow and is now joined by its electronic counterpart – email. Digital technology has and will, continue to change the way we receive, process and send information ... Read more