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11/23/2011

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My suggestions is take any unsolicited advice having a grain of salt. youve not request for suggestions from somebody pay no attention to it.

CaitlinMarketng

Perhaps "email is dying" is a better way to phrase it. Check out these stats from comScore: http://www.businessinsider.com/company-bans-email-2011-12?utm_source=Triggermail&utm_medium=email&utm_term=10%20Things%20In%20Tech%20You%20Need%20To%20Know&utm_campaign=Post%20Blast%20%2528sai%2529:%2010%20Things%20You%20Need%20To%20Know%20This%20Morning

Email open rates are declining: http://www.marketingprofs.com/charts/2011/5446/email-open-rates-down-click-rates-flat

The marketplace is shifting from a point-to-point communication (email) to a constant, omni-directional stream of information with multiple contributors.

Sales consulting

I do not believe the fact that e-mail promotion and advertising is deceased. While it may be that there is too much trash in the mail, still with a excellent topic range you can always get individuals to start an e-mail.

Claus Jorgensen

I do not agree that e-mail marketing is dead. While it may be that there is too much spam in the inbox, still with a good subject line you can always get people to open an e-mail.

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