Being able to send a letter across the globe in a short amount of time is vital in today’s world. This view was also held by the Persian King, Darius over 1,500 years ago. This is the reason he set up the first ever postal service. Baker Goodchild explores this history of post across the globe in the following infographic.
Sometimes, it’s necessary to reflect back on how things were in order to truly appreciate how good you have things now. For instance, aren’t you grateful that services like USPS shipping are providing shipping solutions that are slightly more sophisticated than those used during the reign of Cyrus the Great back in 550 BC? That is, unless you’d prefer for your mail to be delivered via horse and message carrier.
There are of course good and bad mailshots and creating something that has the desired impact does require careful skill and consideration, after all, you have only seconds to win your audience’s attention. This infographic from Baker Goodchild looks at how to create the ultimate mailshot.
The following infographic illustrates the complex system Amazon has developed in order to be able to confidently offer this service. It also outlines how 1-day shipping models typically work, what Amazon has in store for the future of their shipping services, how other companies like eBay, Etsy, and Google are handling shipping demands.
Did you know that the USPS processes undeliverable mail that weigh more than 65,000 elephants every year? Did you know this costs business over 600 Billion per year in wasted postage, printing and handling? StrikeIron, a leader in cloud-based address verification, has created the following Infographic that will finally answer the question of where all of those misaddressed holiday cards to Aunt Bertha end up.