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Ajax Union Offers Email Marketing Promotion

Are You Making the Most of Your Mailing List?

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/20/12 -- Ajax Union is offering a promotion for a service proven to be a most effective way to generate increased revenue for small businesses: email marketing. Available at http://www.AjaxUnion.com/email-deal, the NYC-based internet marketing company specializes in search engine marketing and optimization, internet advertising, social media marketing and more. The promotion is for new clients to receive two months of Ajax Union's email marketing plan for the price of one.

There are countless ways for a business to engage repeat customers, but the best one, and the most overlooked, is by maximizing its mailing list. Email subscribers are some of the most qualified leads a business can have. How can businesses make the most of their mailing lists? The marketing guru's answer: EmailSpark -- an email marketing service that Ajax Union utilizes to boost companies' engagement with existing customers and increase their profits.

"Email marketing is key to drawing previous customers back to the seller. According to a recent survey, 63% of business owners surveyed said that email marketing was bringing them the greatest ROI," said Isaac Friedman, the email marketing manager for Ajax Union.

For a business to utilize its email lists correctly, it needs to use a fully loaded email service provider like Constant Contact or MailChimp. In addition, its email template needs to present a consistent brand image and be optimized to look good on all browsers, email platforms and mobile devices. Lastly, every business needs a quality mailing list. All of its visitors and customers should be encouraged to subscribe to its mailing list from the business's website home page, checkout page and social media profiles.

"The bottom line is this: It is better to email a smaller group of people who want to be on the business's mailing list than a bunch of people who do not. Therefore, keeping the list updated is key to email marketing success," Friedman stated.

Ajax Union encourages business owners to take advantage of this promotion while it lasts. EmailSpark typically costs $600 per month. This promotion of two months for the price of one is valid for one week from the date of this article's publishing. A setup fee of $800 is still required for all new clients. To sign up and save $600 on email marketing, visit http://www.AjaxUnion.com/email-deal.

In addition to its strong command of email marketing, Ajax Union handles anything a small business might need -- search engine optimization, website integration, internet marketing, social media marketing and more.

Ajax Union handles anything internet marketing related. Setup is quick and simple, then continuously maintained by the efficient team based in Brooklyn. The experts will take care of it all, creating more time for the business to focus on what it does best.

EmailSpark your company mailing list today and watch your analytics soar.

For more information or to claim this promotion, please visit www.AjaxUnion.com or call 800-594-0444. Ajax Union can also be found on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AjaxUnion, and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AjaxUnion.

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