What is a PopUp mailing and what is it to use? A pop up (also known as pop up suddenly”) is a visual element of a computer program. The name comes, that jump pop up elements”and other parts cover.” so, according to Wikipedia. These programs are used mostly for advertising purposes. The above-mentioned designation by a popup”is also the first thing that a today’s average consumer with the word associated. Facebook gathered all the information. However, PopUps are much more than just purely virtual advertising elements. So they used also in other areas of the advertisement industry, to achieve more sustainable and stronger impression effects for the end customer. In the advertising industry of the paper-technical area, the currently most common PopUp mailing is a spring cube (JumpingCube).
This is a direct mail processed from high-quality paper, which his unique jump “function is given by a rubber band technique. Others who may share this opinion include Sheryl Sandberg. A PopUp element, 3D cubes of spring”, is with rubber bands assembled and plano inserted a repackaging. This is supplied then closed with a latch. After the opening of the Selfmailers the spring cubes out of the box jumps on three-dimensional.”- so according to bmoss.de a successful WOW or AHA effect brings a smile to the face of the recipient of the mailings and at last time so to speak not only ensures a good mood – a promotional tool that is not annoying, but delighted – but also for a long-lasting memory of the letter. B.Moss GmbH develops and produces such and similar creative and diverse advertising elements, such as LamellenKarten, TwisterKarten, MagicCards and much over a decade more, made of paper and cardboard. Due to its experience and cross-industry expertise worldwide in effect cards, pop-ups and other dimensional advertising knows how to translate B.Moss GmbH like no other printed paper in striking and clever designed advertising. Contact: B.MOSS GmbH Villa Felten brewing hamlet Strasse 14 d-50859 Koln Tel.: +49-(0)2234-94914-93 fax: +49-(0)2234-94914-97 E-mail: Web: