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Profit from the power of handwritten notes

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PERSONALISED NOTES PENNED BY ROBOTS

Although it might seem antiquated in our digital age, handwritten notes still convey esteem and promise attention in a very powerful way. This is a very important aspect if you want to make your message stand out from the crowd and grab a piece of the very limited and exclusive “attention budget” of your audience.

Handwriting your own notes is always the best option, but not everyone has the time! This is where Romax working as Pensaki’s UK partner becomes your best alternative to self-written messages that stand out amongst all that digital noise.

HANDWRITTEN NOTES CREATE MASSIVE IMPACT

Since 2014, Pensaki (Japanese for fountain pen nib), has created thousands of personal notes penned by friendly robots. Sending 500 or 50, 000 authentic looking handwritten postcards effortlessly.

Humans and machines work together in perfect harmony, with a special focus on data quality before creating and sending the handwritten messages. Customers can either select one of the standard handwriting styles or use their own personal handwriting! All messages are written with a fountain pen or ball pen based on your preference. We can extensively personalise all communications with unique messages, not just the salutation.

Meaningful personalisation can be challenging, but in the right hands can be hugely impactful. Understanding how to leverage personalised communication to create marketing pieces that forge memorable and meaningful connections between the brand and the customer is mission critical. The recipient appreciates the creativity and the time invested by the sender. For a message to be perceived as meaningful, it must convey a corresponding quality or value; and what could be possibly more valuable than a personal “handwritten” message?

EXPERIENCE VERY HIGH ROI

This thoughtful approach to communication delivers astonishing business results, both in the B2B lead generation or B2C customer retention context. e-Commerce companies, in particular, appreciate the importance of influencing the psychological power of handwritten messages to create an emotional connection with their customers. The business case for handwritten messages is very strong. Sending handwritten thank-you messages can even reduce return rates by 33% or help companies in the context of win-back strategies with companies achieving 9-12% win-backs.

Few areas have experienced changes as rapidly as those driven by digitalisation. A study by Adobe found that marketing has changed more in the past 2 years than in the past 50.

Recently, thought leaders in marketing have come to understand the limitations of digital marketing. They understand that a smart combination of online and offline marketing delivers substantially better business results. They are investing heavily in their omnichannel strategies to create a meaningful customer journey that provides user choice!

In the B2B lead generation context customers using penned communications achieve response rates of 10 to 40 per cent. Recipients recall personal writing months later.

For more information please contact us at hello@romax.co.uk or 020 8293 8550

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