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Feb 24, 2009
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Boost Email ROI & Revenue – Webinar Training: ‘Transactional Email’

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Here is one last chance to add low-cost, high-ROI email programs to your marketing mix to generate more revenue from customers and prospects.

Set aside 60 minutes next Tuesday afternoon for the final installment of MarketingSherpa’s Email Autoresponder Webinar Training Series. The webinar will give you tactics you can apply immediately to your email marketing.

The March 3 session runs from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. The session is complimentary to registrants for Sherpa’s 4th annual Email Summit in Miami on March 15-17. There is a $97 fee for other registrants. You can invite as many colleagues as you want to listen to the webinar with you.

Click here to sign up for the webinar: http://www.sherpastore.com/transactionalemail09.html

Webinar leaders are Stefan Tornquist, Research Director, MarketingSherpa, and Carol Meinhart, Director of Strategic Development and author of MarketingSherpa’s new Email Handbook to be released next month. The session will include exclusive content from the handbook.

Highlights of the transactional email webinar:
- What is transactional email?
- How to optimize deliverability
- 5 steps to implement or improve your campaign
- 6 tips for success

Sign up today for the email webinar on March 3 by clicking here:
http://www.sherpastore.com/transactionalemail09.html


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