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The History and Development of the Envelope

25th October 2012
Envelopes only really became something used by the public after the Post Office reforms of 1840. Before that it tended only to be the very rich that used envelopes, hand crafted, as you paid per sheet of paper you sent, including any packaging and so peop... Read >
Author: Rachel Gawith

The Top 10 Benefits Of Email Marketing

02nd May 2012
Why does Email Marketing present such a benefit over other more traditional forms of marketing? why does it drive better returns on investment and customer engagement metrics than other marketing techniques? Why would you invest the time and resources to ... Read >
Author: Rex Luke

What is the Difference Between Mailing and Shipping?

06th April 2011
Some may wonder what makes a courier different from the postal service. How are mailing and shipping any different from one another? Mailing and shipping are actually quite different from each other in a number of aspects. Mailing usually refers to the t... Read >
Author: Rodrick45

French Stamps : Insight Into the Stamps of France

08th September 2008
French Stamps: Historical Background The first postage stamp was introduced in the United Kingdom in 1840 by Rowland Hill and James Chalmers. This stamp, the penny black, had a face value of a penny and revolutionized the postal system in that it was n... Read >
Author: T.D.

Forget divorce court most Florida divorces never make it to court

09th December 2005
Copyright 2005 The Divorce Center P.A. Conjure up an image of divorce. The average person visualizes people sitting in a courtroom, giving testimony, with a judge at a bench presiding over everything. But the actual reality of most divorces is dramatic... Read >
Author: Howard Iken
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