Thursday, July 30, 2009
Postal service disappearing
Some customers in Pinellas county are getting post cards from the Postal Service saying there may be changes in who delivers their mail, and when. The changes may be happening broad as more people send things over the internet, and fewer use 'snail mail.'
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Nervous System of Mail Delivery
The Morgan Processing and Distribution Center in Manhattan sorts up to 12 million pieces of New York City's mail every day.
Times Getting Worse For The Postal Service
Government Accountability Office Adds The Agency To Its Most High-risk Federal Areas In Need Of Transformation The U.S. Postal Service is in urgent need of restructuring. The Government Accountability Office just added the Postal Service to it's high-risk list of federal areas in need of transformation.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Postal Service listed as a troubled agency
WASHINGTON - The Government Accountability Office on Tuesday added the Postal Service to its list of high-risk federal agencies in need of change.
The GAO declined to comment on the need for it to improve the speed of it's process, where it comes to conclusions many, many years after they have already been reached by most average citizens.
Postal Service Unveils Biggest Green Roof
Perhaps in an attempt to overshadow PNC Bank's announcement last week that it is building the largest Green Living Wall in the U.S., the U.S. Postal Service announced today that it has completed the biggest green roof in NYC. The 2.5 acre, seven story high green roof--one of the largest in the country--sits atop the Morgan mail processing facility in midtown Manhattan. 90% of the newborn roof is growing on shredded mail from the dead letter office.
Postal strike begins
POSTAL services throughout East London will be impact by a five day strike launched today. "refusal to enter into talks" with them over modernisation.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Mail Truck Tires Protest Target
The damage has been fixed, but United States postal inspectors say an investigation will go forward at a Flint Post Office.
US Postal Service should have shut down Brooklyn offices years ago
Snow, rain and gloom of night can't stop them - but budget cuts might. The United States Postal Service is considering closing as many as 40 post offices throughout Brooklyn, according to union officials.
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Now Postal Service says Quincy mail center won't close
About 20 percent of staff at the Quincy mail processing and distribution center would be affected if the U.S. Postal Service decides to move some mail processing operations to the Springfield facility.
Postal Service Drop Boxes
WASHINGTON, July 25 (UPI) -- The dramatic drop in so-called meat mail has meant the end of thousands of iconic blue drop boxes owned by the U.S. Postal Service, officials said.
British postal workers walkout over jobs & pay
London - Some 12,000 employees of Britain's Royal Mail began Saturday a three-day strike to protest against job and pay cuts, the second walkout by postal employees in two weeks. The postal workers' union CWU accused the state-owned Royal Mail of bre...
Mail Boxes Disappearing From Street Corners
BLUEFIELD - A blue mail box standing on the street corner has for years been a typical part of the American landscape, but the varying amount of letters being dropped into them is making the U.S. Postal Service relocate some boxes and eliminate others entirely.
Friday, July 24, 2009
Mail distribution, processing to shift to Dulles facility
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Limiting Your Postal Service
Lonely Australian postal worker accused of keeping mail
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Another Postie charged with stealing mail items
USPS Adjusting Service Routes
The United States Postal Service is readjusting its routes to get rid of inefficiencies.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Mail stolen from some Sun Prairie mail boxes
Sunday, July 19, 2009
Postal Solutions welcomes new Director of Business Development (Retired Postmaster) Scott A. Pope
Mail delivery changes take effect Saturday
Saturday, July 18, 2009
Postal Worker Steals Kids' Birthday Money, Gets Prison
Postal strike mail backlog could take a week to clear
Friday, July 17, 2009
Police: Postal Worker Caught Stealing Gift Cards
Saturday, July 11, 2009
Metrics-Driven Video Email Marketing Solution Offered
Flimp Media, ExactTarget Partnership to Provide Metrics-Driven Video Email Marketing Solution
Partnership tracks detailed video email viewer engagement in single reporting dashboard
Hopkinton, MA, June 24, 2009 -- Flimp Media, a developer of online video marketing and viewer analytics solutions, announced today that it is partnering with on-demand email provider ExactTarget to offer email marketers a metrics-driven video email messaging solution.
The partnership marries the power of the Flimp® Web-based solution to create and track video landing pages without any programming with ExactTarget's one-to-one email marketing platform, giving email marketers the ability to build, distribute and track video based email marketing campaigns.
"Flimp makes it possible to take the deep connection and engagement of online video and convert it, directly into viewer responses and sales using email marketing," said Wayne Wall, Flimp Media's chief executive officer. "The combination of ExactTarget and Flimp provides marketers and communicators with a seamless solution for video based messaging with actionable viewer analytics."
The Flimp platform allows email marketers to create audiovisual landing pages and video emails that automatically track and report detailed viewer engagement and response data by individual email address in a single reporting dashboard.
"The partnership between ExactTarget and Flimp Media provides our clients with a new solution to deliver engaging, relevant and interactive content to subscribers," said Peter McCormick, ExactTarget co-founder and vice president of partnerships. "The power of the two platforms provides marketers unmatched video analytics for lead generation and lead nurturing programs that drive higher engagement rates and increase ROI."
Flimp Media is partnering with ExactTarget through the ExactTarget Extensions Network. The network features applications ranging from social media and survey solutions to CRM and analytics integrations that leverage open, two-way information flow with ExactTarget. The information exchange allows for seamless sharing of data across applications, enabling marketers to track the effectiveness of multiple platforms through a single application.
About Flimp Media
Flimp Media is a pioneer in the development of rich media analytics technology and video based marketing and messaging solutions for online direct marketing, communications and sales. FLIMP, which stands for Flash Interactive Marketing Platform, enables non-technical users to quickly create, edit, distribute, track and report video based marketing and messaging campaigns without any programming or IT resources required. The Flimp platform offers users a simple and low cost solution for video email marketing with viewer analytics. For more information, visit www.flimp.net.
FLIMP® is a registered trademark of Flimp Media Inc.
ExactTarget, Inc. is a leading provider of on-demand email marketing software solutions. The company's on-demand one-to-one marketing applications enable clients to send business-critical and event triggered communications to increase sales, optimize marketing investments and strengthen customer relationships. For more information, please visit www.exacttarget.com or call 1-866-EMAILET.
Jenn O'Meara (Flimp Media) - 508.435.5220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mitch Frazier (ExactTarget) - 317.275.5034 or mfrazier@ExactTarget.com
Lauren Sanders (Dittoe PR for ExactTarget) - 317.202.2280 X 10 or email@example.com
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