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A simple approach to email marketing - How to use email marketing to increase sales and reduce costs in your business - cover

A simple approach to email marketing - How to use email marketing to increase sales and reduce costs in your business

Stefano Calicchio

Publisher: Stefano Calicchio

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Email marketing that works through a practical handbook that will guide you step by step through the development of winning email marketing. You'll discover the strategies of professionals who use email systems effectively to achieve high sales and popularity despite a small or limited budget. Prepare your email marketing plan, translate practical strategies into action and optimise your campaign with web analytics tools. It's simple, but only if you know how. Discover a winning approach to email marketing with the industry reference guide.

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