Email marketing on the rise despite spam threat

Adegoke, Yinka
September 2003
New Media Age;9/18/2003, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the growth of e-mail marketing in Great Britain despite the threat of spam, according to Doubleclick. Percentage increase in e-mail opening rates; Revenue-per-e-mail delivered in second quarter of 2003.


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