Hitting the Mark Email Marketing Seminar Series

Date: 29-Jan-13 to 29-Jan-13
Location: Adam street members club / London / United Kingdom
Category: Conferences & Trade Fairs Telecommunications

Experts will help you identify the top 5 weaknesses of your database and learn how to fix them. We will also show you how to populate, grow and enrich your email lists, automatically, 24/7 without you having to lift a finger.

Agenda

1.30pm Registration
2.00pm Introduction and welcome from chairperson
2.05pm Session 1: Growing and Enriching your Database - A step by step, practical plan
2.35pm Panel question and answer session
3.15pm Coffee break
3.45pm Session 2: Beyond Personalisation - Sending the right message to the right person
4.15pm Panel question and answer session
4.55pm dotMailer presentation - Tools to make it all easy!
Followed by Drinks and Networking
6.00pm Close

Why Attend

Do you wish you could take a more data-driven approach to targeting your email marketing?
Do you believe you are too short on time or budget to enrich the data in your marketing database?
Do you often end up sending the same, blanket email to your whole database because you don’t know where to start when it comes to segmenting?
Do you send blanket ‘email blasts’ because you don’t have the data you need in your database or the time in your day to do anything else?
Are you collecting rich customer/prospect data, only to leave it ‘unused’ and untapped?
Answer all these questions and more by registering and reserving your place now for the first in a series of acclaimed 'Hitting The Mark' seminars for email marketers, supported by dotMailer.

This event is free to attend but delegate numbers are strictly limited and always get booked up fast.

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Experts will help you identify the top 5 weaknesses of your database and learn how to fix them. We will also show you how to populate, grow and enrich your email lists, automatically, 24/7 without you having to lift a finger.

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