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Advertising expert reveals how to use direct mail to generate leads and win new customers

Craig Huey, president of Creative Direct Marketing Group says, "direct mail in an online world is a profit opportunity most businesses miss out on"

TORRANCE, Calif., Aug. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 3, 2014, advertising expert Craig Huey will present a free, no-obligation 60-minute webinar for business owners and marketing directors.

The topic: 24 Winning Direct Mail Secrets and Trends that Can Double Your Response and Supercharge Your Profits.

To preregister for the free webinar click here.

During the webinar, Huey will share what he has discovered about direct mail over the course of his 20-plus-year career working with hundreds of business owners and marketing directors.

Huey is the owner of Creative Direct Marketing Group, Inc. (CDMG), a 20-year-old full-service direct response advertising agency. He is also America's leading authority on how to use direct mail to generate leads and new customers.

In fact, Huey's company has generated more leads and sales for marketers by direct mail than any other agency.

Business owners and marketing directors who attend the free webinar will discover how to get profitable leads and sales from their direct mail efforts. Plus...

  • Common direct mail blunders that will cost you time and money and how to avoid them.
  • Little-known secrets to integrating landing pages, banner ad remarketing and email mirroring to boost direct mail response.
  • Why direct mail is the best media for accurately targeting your best prospects.
  • How savvy marketers use direct mail as part of an integrated approach (including landing pages, remarketing and more) to get breakthrough results.
  • How to spike your response rate by picking only the best postal mailing lists including new advances in modeling (works for email, too).
  • How your offer can make or break a direct mail campaign.
  • Personalized envelope or teaser copy--actual test results.
  • Formats: magalog vs. reportalog vs. newspaperalog--surprising test results.
  • Powerful secret: video direct mail or "videolog"—will it work for you?
  • What test results say about pre-cancelled stamps vs. metered envelopes vs. printed indicia.
  • When you must use a three-dimensional mail piece.
  • The amazing power of a bookalog.

Webinar host Craig Huey is ideally suited to present 24 Winning Direct Mail Secrets and Trends that Can Double Your Response and Supercharge Your Profits

As owner of Creative Direct Marketing Group, Huey has used his advertising talents to help numerous entrepreneurs, product launchers and small companies become multimillion-dollar companies. He's also helped many large, established companies grow even larger.

In the process, he has won 78 advertising and marketing awards that attest to the success of his company's many campaigns.

Now small business owners can take advantage of Huey's expertise to supercharge their direct mail results and grow their businesses by attending this free, no-obligation webinar on Wednesday September 3, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. PDT; 1:00 p.m. EDT. All attendees will receive a free Action Guide.

Business owners and marketing directors are invited to click here to pre-register for the webinar. The webinar is free and there is no obligation.

For more information, contact Business Development Coordinator Caleb Huey Toll-Free at 1-866-619-5178.

About Creative Direct Marketing Group, Inc.

Creative Direct Marketing Group, Inc. (CDMG) is a full-service direct response and digital advertising agency with clients all over the world. For more than 20 years, CDMG has helped businesses large and small grow and prosper with the use of scientifically proven and 100% accountable direct response advertising and marketing strategies. One of the agency's key specialties is using direct mail to generate leads and to win new customers.

SOURCE Creative Direct Marketing Group

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