Email Marketing Services Now Include Access to Data on More Than 24 Million Businesses and 235 Million Consumers

Edward Kundahl, President and Owner of BusinessCreator, Inc. and ForLawFirmsOnly, a lead generation and local search marketing agency, announced the availability of a new email marketing service and access to business and consumer emails.

Press Release updated: Oct 20, 2017 10:00 EDT

Edward Kundahl, President and Owner of BusinessCreator, Inc. and ForLawFirmsOnly, a lead generation and local search marketing agency, announced the availability of a new email marketing service and access to business and consumer emails.

Edward Kundahl stated, “We have been utilizing the power of email marketing for our own lead generation for years with great success.  We developed a relationship with one of the largest business and consumer data sources.  We can now bring those resources to the market to share with other businesses at a great savings.”

Kundahl continued, “To reap the benefits of any source of data, you need to ensure you are approaching your marketing from the right angle and that means understanding the process. The most important part of any email marketing campaign is the quality of the list. It’s not enough to simply send out emails to any and all email addresses you can find – instead you need to focus on capturing the emails of people who perfectly match your target demographic. These are people who are interested in what you have to sell, who have the available funds and who read emails. Most importantly, these are people who you have already built a relationship with and who are receptive to your message. Also crucial is the quality of the emails themselves. You need to ensure that your messages are getting opened rather than ending up in the trash, and you need to ensure that those messages are delivering value so that your future emails also get opened. Most of all, you need effective calls to action when it matters so that you can convert your audience into paying customers.”

For return on investment, email may very well be the most cost-effective marketing channel ever invented. Email marketing generates $40.56 for every $1 invested according to a 2011 study by the Direct Marketing Association.

Edward Kundahl, President and Owner

“For return on investment, email may very well be the most cost-effective marketing channel ever invented. Email marketing generates $40.56 for every $1 invested according to a 2011 study by the Direct Marketing Association.  In addition, our email marketing platform offers accurate reporting, with tracking reports with information on emails sent, delivered, bounced, opened, and the number of click-throughs on the links within the message.  And you can choose from hundreds of firmographic and demographic criteria to reach your specific target markets.  Our experts are always available to help you build your list, design your email, ensure delivery, and track results.  From planning to execution, our email campaigns are put together in a few days rather than the weeks required for print promotions,” concluded Kundahl.

More About BusinessCreator, Inc.

Founded in 1994, BusinessCreator, Inc. has helped many businesses with local search marketing, mobile marketing, social marketing and video marketing. The company’s mission statement is “We make local businesses grow. Ask us how.”

CONTACT INFORMATION

BusinessCreator, Inc.
Attention: Edward Kundahl
47 North Jefferson Street
First Floor
Allentown, PA 18102
Phone: 610-437-8822
Fax: 484-709-1851
Website: https://www.businesscreatorplus.com
Email: [email protected]

Source: BusinessCreator, Inc.

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