Same Great Service, Better Website

The Direct Letterbox Marketing website has relaunched with a new responsive design to make it easier for all our customers to use.

Smartphones and tablets have changed the way that people browse the internet, with touchscreen functions and smaller screens meaning that traditional website designs may not always be as easy to use on these devices. Research shows that use of smartphones and tablets has doubled just in the year from 2012 to 2013, so it’s increasingly important for websites to be designed with them in mind.

At Direct Letterbox Marketing, we think it is important that our website is as easy to use as our services, making sure that you can get information on our leaflet distribution services quickly and easily whenever you need it, whether you use a smartphone, a tablet or a laptop.

The new responsive design of our website means that you won’t be redirected to a separate site if you’re browsing from a mobile device, and you won’t have to struggle to read content that isn’t sized correctly for your device. Instead, the content will be instantly reformatted to suit your screen size, delivering a user-friendly interface with easy navigation every time. If you are reading this from your desktop computer or laptop, you can see how smoothly this works just by resizing your browser window.

The easy navigation system works the same way on any device, so if you find relevant content on your mobile or tablet in the morning, you’ll be able to find it just as easily from your desktop, and vice versa – something that is not always true on other websites which redirect mobile users to a separate site.

This is part of our ongoing commitment to delivering excellent customer service to all of our customers, from first contact through every stage of your leaflet distribution campaign. We make a commitment to delivering your content quickly and efficiently, and this new design means that our website does the same.

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