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July 23, 2009 / Raffy Pekson II

US Consumers Prefer Offline Purchases

The newly released first-quarter 2009 “U.S. E-mail Trends and Benchmarks Study” by Epsilon shows opt-in communications yield greater consumer response. For the third quarter in a row, the global consumer E-mail study revealed that consumers are more likely to make an offline purchase based on permission-based E-mails.

Click here to read the ResponseMagazine.com article.

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