QuantumDigital, Inc. Announces Webinar, 'Get Ready for Direct Marketing 3.0'

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Jamie Klemcke, QuantumDigital, speaks about new technologies that integrate online and offline marketing

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The marketing landscape is rapidly evolving

QuantumDigital, Inc, the complete online service provider of digital print, direct marketing, direct mail and multi-channel marketing, today announced its participation in a Target Marketing Webinar titled "Get Ready for Marketing 3.0". Jamie Klemcke, Marketing Director, QuantumDigital, will speak about how to successfully attract and engage prospects and customers using an integrated, automated marketing strategy on March 23, 2010 at 1:00pm CST.

Details:
Get Ready for Marketing 3.0 Webinar
March 23, 2010
1:00pm CST
Online registration available at http://quantumdigital.com/direct3

Speakers:
Jamie Klemcke, Marketing Director, QuantumDigital
Megan Talbott, Director of Insight and Strategy, Hawkeye
Larry Zusman, Worldwide Marketing Manager, XMPie Business Unit, Xerox Corporation
Mark Cira, CEO and Founder, PrintSf.com
Moderated by Hallie Mummert, Editor in Chief, Target Marketing

Webinar attendees will learn more about:

  •     Using PURLs in direct mail and email campaigns for lead generation and customer acquisition purposes
  •     QR codes and other tactics for integrating the mobile, Web and postal channels
  •     Leveraging CRM tools to enable distributed marketing efforts
  •     Automated marketing processes for more timely, effective messaging and lead follow-up

"The marketing landscape is rapidly evolving," said Jamie Klemcke, Marketing Director, QuantumDigital. "New technologies, consumer preferences and efforts to drive down costs while increasing ROI are shaping how, when and where marketers are communicating with audiences. Integrating some of the latest direct marketing trends into your existing mix can help you access the customers you want, gain more visibility, grow market share and boost ROI."

About QuantumDigital
QuantumDigital, Inc. is the leader in digital print, providing direct marketing, direct mail and multi-channel marketing, including mobile, to real estate brokers and agents, advertising and marketing agencies and large enterprise organizations through a client-branded web interface. With claims as the number one Xerox customer in the United States and first all digital Xerox iGen3™ printer to achieve G7® Master qualification, QuantumDigital solves a common problem for print buyers: getting consistent color quality regardless of the technology, printer or location.

Boasting a next day turnaround on all orders, QuantumDigital's all inclusive service for mailings allows personalized and targeted messages to be sent using variable data print technology to one or thousands of recipients at a time. QuantumDigital's technology allows for personalized, automated customer and prospect direct marketing campaigns that can easily be integrated with existing databases and CRM systems for a streamlined solution. Their national residential database is accessible online and allows users to identify demographics within specific geographic areas in order to create tailored, personalized mailings. QuantumDigital also provides direct mail and email programs that trigger automatic communications based on a campaign schedule, and reporting analytics from data maintained by a proprietary database.

With a commitment to delivering outstanding service, QuantumDigital advocates standards for responsible marketing and provides cutting-edge research and education to help improve results throughout the direct marketing process. Providing greater flexibility and enterprise control, QuantumDigital clients can ensure that the right message is delivered to the right person at the right time.

Founded in 1986, QuantumDigital is based in Austin, Texas and provides its products and services to clients in the United States and Canada. Visit QuantumDigital at http://www.quantumdigital.com.

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