The Message is the Money

by SixFigureStart | September 10, 2009

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Ask any successful business owner – little strategies make a big difference in tough times. One way to balance the need to keep and attract new clients without depleting your marketing budget is to fine-tune your approach to one important but very low-cost strategy: an e-mail marketing campaign.

The following three e-mail tips are fundamental tools in a long-term marketing budget strategy that will help save on other marketing expenses. Here’s how to get a bang out of those e-mail campaigns: [Read more]

--Posted by Julia Rogers, RecessionWire.com

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