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Learn How to Enhance Your Direct Mail Through Mobile Solutions.

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bizM3 and the USPS are proud to offer a FREE So Cal seminar next Friday Oct. 15th to discuss the benefits of Mobile Marketing and how to use Direct Mail to enhance your campaign.

Topics of discussion:

Why is Mobile so important now?
What do you need to know about Mobile Marketing today?
Where is Mobile Marketing headed?
Mobile Coupons, Text Campaigns, & Quick Response (QR) Codes
How to use Direct Mail to create an accurate Mobile Database

Limited to First 80 People!
View Flyer Here

Your Guest Speakers will include:


-Hank Mondaca, Sales and Marketing Strategist, bizM3-

Hank Mondaca is a Mobile Solutions Specialist with an extensive background in the mobile marketing industry. Hank has helped numerous business professionals create predictable sales goals by implementing proven marketing, advertising and promotional programs that actually “capture” the attention of their audience and entices them to take immediate action.

-Eddie Alvarran, Mailing Solutions Specialist, USPS Head Quarters-

Eddie Alvarran is a Certified Direct Mail Specialist with the United States Postal Service. Eddie has spoken in front of numerous trade and industry groups and is currently a USPS consultant to several Fortune 500 Companies.

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