March 2009
DM News;3/30/2009, p21
The author provides advices for direct mail marketers who wanted to shift to electronic mail marketing. She proposes to learn the nuances of the terminology, technology, and electronic mail service providers before going through the shift. The author suggests to be attentive on targeting to garner the highest response rates.


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