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Call for Submissions: Direct Marketing Essential Guide

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Call for Submissions: Direct Marketing Essential Guide
Call for Submissions: Direct Marketing Essential Guide

Direct Marketing News is accepting opinion pieces from the industry for its annual Essential Guide to Direct Marketing. Authors can address a range of traditional direct marketing topics, including mail, DRTV, teleservices, list and data management, analytics and measurement.

Submissions MUST be received no later than Oct. 14.

Those interested in contributing should email their 450-word article to features@dmnews.com. Submissions must include the author's name, title, company name, email address and phone number. Please also attach a print-quality, three-inch, 300-dpi color headshot (at least 600 KB in size).

Direct Marketing News cannot guarantee inclusion of all articles submitted and cannot acknowledge receipt.

Questions may also be directed to features@dmnews.com.

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