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Why Catalogs Are Here to Stay

Why Catalogs Are Here to Stay

Several months back, The Atlantic published a story on the success of Restoration Hardware’s Source Books – extravagant catalogs that serve as both selling tools and coffee table books. You can read the entire story here, but we’re going to summarize some of the key...

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CAPS is Going Away in April 2019 – What Steps do I take?

CAPS is Going Away in April 2019 – What Steps do I take?

The USPS will be doing away with CAPS in April 2019; there is new system called EPS (Enterprise Payment System) that mailers can convert to.  Below are the steps to take, as usual The Dingley Press is always ready to help.  Get ready Get a list of all your active...

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USPS Outcomes for 2017 Fiscal Year

USPS Outcomes for 2017 Fiscal Year

The U.S. Postal Service fiscal year (October 1, 2016 - September 30, 2017) results, just announced last month, report an 11 consecutive year decline. The USPS reported a drop in overall revenue totaling $1.8 billion compared to the previous year, however package...

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2017 Spring NEMOA – Exciting USPS News

2017 Spring NEMOA – Exciting USPS News

“Weird Al” Yankovic sings a song called “The Check’s in the Mail.” I can still remember my pre-teen self clumsily performing box steps, complete with jazz hands, with the rest of the ensemble during my first foray into performing arts. In the refrain, “Weird Al” sings...

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Becoming a Postal Pro

Becoming a Postal Pro

The USPS has recently launched a new website called PostalPro. This website is user-friendly, simple to navigate, and it’s mobile optimized! The RIBBS website that you’re probably already familiar with will soon be transitioning to PostalPro. This new website will...

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PRC Approves 2017 Postage Rate Changes

PRC Approves 2017 Postage Rate Changes

ACMA Speaks, USPS & PRC Listen 2017 Postage Rates Approved; ACMA Has Heavy Hand in Shifting to a Pro-Growth Pro-Catalog Postal Policy Dear Industry Participant: While the Postal Regulatory Commission’s formal approval of the US Postal Service’s request for 2017...

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