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Expand your Reach with Multi-Channel Marketing

 
As you know, none of your contacts are the same. While email may work great for communicating with an established client, it may look like spam to a prospect...if they see it at all. And, while a phone call is perfect for a prospect who’s ready to buy, someone who’s still early in the research stage may be better served by an online touch.

As you know, none of your contacts are the same. While email may work great for communicating with an established client, it may look like spam to a prospect...if they see it at all. And, while a phone call is perfect for a prospect who’s ready to buy, someone who’s still early in the research stage may be better served by an online touch.

That’s why a good medical direct mail company helps clients develop and deploy multi-channel marketing campaigns that build synergy among your marketing pieces, ensure your message gets through, and gives you the flexibility to communicate with each contact in the medium they prefer.

Your integrated marketing communications can include:

By executing all of these channels with other MOROF Marketing Members, you're also able to initiate campaigns faster, and eliminate the hassle and errors involved with coordinating multiple vendors.

Whether you're targeting a single contact or list of thousands, each touch of your multi-channel campaign can be automatically created and deployed using the medium and schedule you've defined.

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