Tension Corporation Launches New Blog

By Erin Moloney

Tension Corporation’s new blog, Ingenuity at Work, is a clearinghouse of useful information for transactional billing/statement mailers, direct marketers and mailers of all stripes looking to stay on top of industry trends.

Tension has been providing solutions for our customers for generations. As part of our commitment to continuous improvement, we’re expanding upon this foundation of creativity and innovation with the launch of our new blog, Ingenuity at Work.

And the blog will deliver just that. Ingenuity that works for your organization to engage mail recipients, increase response…and get results!

Sign up to receive updates from Ingenuity at Work and you can count on:

  • Practical and effective solutions to your marketing and mailing dilemmas
  • Information carefully created—and curated—for easy access to helpful strategies and new ideas in one click
  • A network of longstanding industry professionals sharing answers to your questions for the benefit of all Tension’s valued customers and colleagues

As our VP of Strategic Sales, Andy Weed, puts it: “We have some of the most experienced sales associates in the business. We welcome the opportunities to share our insights with customers through the Ingenuity at Work blog.”

Our goal is to make the blog as interactive and helpful as we possibly can. So we want to hear from you. Be sure to send us your questions and topic suggestions and we’ll incorporate them into our posts.

Some topics currently in the lineup:

That’s just a start. Please take just a moment to subscribe to Ingenuity at Work today so you don’t miss a single post.

And please share the news with your colleagues and friends in the industry via the red social share buttons up top. The more participation we have, the richer and more diverse blog content we can create and post for you.

Thanks for checking out Ingenuity at Work.

We hope you’ll let us know what you think after you’ve spent some time with this helpful new resource from your friends at Tension.


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