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Are you considering letterbox advertising as avenue for marketing for your business? Catalogue delivery is a great way to make locals aware of what your business has to offer. You can hire an experienced catalogue distributor who will get the job done quickly and efficiently - giving you back countless hours of time you can spend growing your business (or taking some time off!).
You’ll get access to a range of people fit for the job, with previous experience in letterbox drops and flyer delivery, when you post your catalogue delivery task on Airtasker. Your catalogues will be in safe hands, and your delivery person will pay attention to detail so no accessible letterbox is missed in the process.
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When you book your delivery through Airtasker, you catalogue distributor comes covered under our insurance policies.
You’ll receive offers within a day of posting your catalogue delivery task.
Keep your catalogue delivery on budget - you get to set the task price and can negotiate with applicants before booking your service.
Timing depends on whether your catalogue distributor is working on foot, bike, or driving a car, along with the kind of area and house density (whether rural, suburban, or urban city). The maximum time it should take is one hour.
On average, a catalogue distributor will cost you $76-$123 when you book your service through Airtasker. This may increase, depending on additional tasks (such as folding and sorting the catalogues) and the volume you need distributed.
Your catalogue delivery person will meticulously follow your instructions on the area that needs to be covered, timeframes, and the volume of catalogues that must be delivered. The process depend on whether you’ve hired someone who is working on foot, on a bike, or on a scooter. You can expect the following from your catalogue distributor:
Your catalogue distributor will ask whether you want the catalogues picked up from your location, or dropped off at an agreed upon location. You might organise a meeting point where you handover the catalogues and go through the delivery brief in-person. Your catalogue delivery person will make sure the catalogues are safely transported and stored until they’re ready to distribute them.
Most catalogues need folding and sorting before they’re delivered. Your catalogue distributor will fold and/or staple the catalogues so they look professional and are easy to flick through and read. Since they’re experienced, they’ll be able to manage the folding process quickly, while creating a neat finish. Your catalogue delivery person will then sort the catalogues so that the letterbox drop goes quickly and smoothly. Most sorting involves putting the flyers into piles per street or suburb (depending on the scope of the task).
Your letterbox drop will take place on the scheduled day and time. If necessary, you can request the GPS route tracked for your records (you can use this to assess how long certain areas take and use it as proof of task completion). Your catalogue distributor will efficiently complete the letterbox drops, making sure they do not disturb residents and will take note of any of letterboxes that were inaccessible in case you’d like to follow up on these later on. They’ll note down anything that needs to be taken into account when assessing your marketing results from that area.
Your catalogue distributor will do a debrief with you to let you know the details of how the letterbox drop went. They’ll hand over their notes about any difficult-to-access areas or other limitations that may have occurred. They’ll have counted any remaining catalogues so that you both know the exact amount delivered, and will return these if they’re not doing more delivery services for you.