Warren, RI, December 5, 2007— MarketingSherpa Inc., a research firm publishing case studies and benchmark guides for marketing professionals, will make available pristine hardbound book editions of its “MarketingSherpa Email Award Winners: Best Emails of 2006 & 2007” to marketers who register for the ’08 Email Summit before December 31, 2007. The Email Summit will be held February 24-26, 2008, at the InterContinental Hotel in Miami.
“It’s our gift to email marketers this holiday season because we know how much they value MarketingSherpa’s research and data,” said Eric Stockton, MarketingSherpa Vice President. “With more than 40 winners to study, marketers will be able to take advantage of practical case studies from the most effective email campaigns.”
Email Summit ’08 is MarketingSherpa’s biggest Email Summit with 800 attendees and three days worth of case studies, panels, training and research data that will provide answers to marketers' most pressing issues regarding their email campaigns.
Last year’s top winners of MarketingSherpa’s Email Marketing Awards included: Air Miles (Canada), Ariad, Olympus, ESCO, Greenbrier, Hotel Indigo, RSA, Sprint, Intevation, Mutual of Omaha, MyFax, Nick.com, On the Record Online, OnStar, Red Motorazr, RoadRunner Sports, SAS, VistaPrint and Voltimum.
About MarketingSherpa: MarketingSherpa (http://www.marketingsherpa.com) is a research firm publishing practical case studies and benchmark guides for its 237,000 weekly readers in the marketing profession. Topics covered include practical how-to and exclusive data and proven tactics in business-to-business marketing, ecommerce marketing, email marketing, search marketing, telemarketing, media relations, landing page design, marketing measurement and online subscription marketing. The firm also operates six annual summits attended by thousands of marketers. MarketingSherpa, along with MarketingExperiments and InTouch, is part of the MECLABS Group.
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