Benchmarking emails

December 2003
Brand Strategy;Dec/Jan2004, Issue 178, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on measuring the cost of email marketing campaigns in Great Britain. Advantage of investing in targeting emails; Value of prospective customers; Avoidance of unsolicited electronic mail messages.


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