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Marketer

A person or company that conducts activities in order to acquire and retain customers or clients. This may include basic courtesies like returning phone calls and taking meetings. Very often, however, a marketer conducts large, expensive campaigns to encourage as many people as possible to buy a certain product. Marketing techniques in the latter instance include buying advertisements in the media, receiving endorsements from well-known experts and/or personalities, and generally aggressively pushing the product onto the target audience.
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Motivation, value proposition, friction, incentives, anxiety--those are marketing fundamentals," says Hartman, "and marketers should work on each of those elements in that order.
With such low costs, marketers need just a 1/1,000th return or response rate to make money," Crosbie relates.
Our Internet auction is designed to seek out the best deals and ensure that marketers will respond with the most economical pricing for our clients," he adds.
Focused exclusively on the needs of marketers, Unica's Affinium software streamlines the entire marketing process from planning and budgeting to project management, execution and measurement.
As prices rise, effectiveness will decline and marketers will re-visit other channels like classic direct mail.
Unicast records and provides marketers with other important metrics which enable continual optimization of campaigns over time.
marketers is available from the Canadian embassy in Washington (202-682-1740).
It is vital in today's online world that marketers comprehend how search engines work and how to profit from them.
This holistic approach gives marketers a greater amount of control and power, which will help move the industry into the next phase of maturity, with Revcube leading the way.
announces the launch of SEM-in-a-Box, the all-in-one search marketing campaign software designed for do-it-yourself marketers who need help managing and optimizing their Google and Yahoo paid search efforts.
Although 79 percent of consumers find the idea of mobile ads annoying, early efforts at mobile marketing have revealed that consumers will happily engage in campaigns as long as marketers deliver valuable information or content.
Since creating the concept of sponsored posting, PayPerPost has allowed and encouraged transparency, enabling marketers and bloggers to disclose word-of-mouth (WOM) or buzz marketing relationships.