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Dec 07, 2010
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Download your 2011 Email Marketing Benchmark Report Executive Summary

SUMMARY: Download your complimentary Executive Summary from our newly released 2011 Email Marketing Benchmark Report. It features all-new research, charts and actionable tactics.
Email plays a vital role in accomplishing a wide-range of marketing objectives. However, as a mature tactic, performance improvements are no longer measured in quantum leaps but in incremental steps. Yet, when multiple improvement tactics are combined, performance is accelerated.

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This Executive Summary includes a sample of the more than 150 charts with in-depth analysis from MarketingSherpa researchers that appears in the benchmark report, along with insights into the impact of email marketing maturity and three-dimensional views of email tactics.

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