ACCOUNT BASED MARKETING The Future Is Here

| August 10, 2017

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For generations, marketers have been used to generic and automated work flows. However, such marketing brings inherent hindrances in connecting with clients. The world of marketing has to keep pace with the changing face of client needs. Connecting with consumers today be it in the B2C or B2B arena – has become a challenge. This has happened due to the overuse of traditional methods of communication. Take for example the humble email. A marketing research report has pegged the penetration of SPAM email at 44 billion for a day. That is a staggering number to say the least.

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In 2003 DMC Atlanta was formed in Atlanta, GA in response to a demand from large companies for a more effective, personal and results-driven approach to acquiring new customers. DMC Atlanta specializes in direct sales and marketing on an outsourced basis for the most respected companies in the cable & satellite, retail, and telecommunications industries. DMC Atlanta offers our clients 100% return on their marketing dollar - a statement few other marketing companies can make. By focusing our efforts on a face to face, relationship-based marketing approach, DMC Atlanta is able to bring our clients life-long customers with increased name-brand recognition and high levels of customer loyalty.

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