DMNews seeks op-eds from e-mail experts

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DMNews is accepting expert column submissions for the 2010 Essential Guide to E-mail Marketing, which will be published in October.

E-mail marketing remains one of the most important elements of the marketing mix, yet many challenges remain, including deliverability issues, integration with other media channels and in-box clutter. Experts from all areas of the e-mail marketing world are invited to share their knowledge, tips, trend predictions and best practices with DMNews' readership. Articles are encouraged to delve into the specifics of all facets of e-mail marketing and to offer practical advice to help colleagues make sense of all the opportunities and challenges in this popular space.

Please e-mail your 450-word article (the piece must be right around 450 words or it will be disqualified) to senior editor Rose Gordon at features@dmnews.com  by August 23. Submissions must be formatted as a Microsoft Word attachment, and must include the author's name, title, company name, e-mail address and phone number.

In addition, please attach a print quality, 3-inch, 300-dpi color headshot (at least 600 KB in size). Entries without photos, or without print-quality photos based on the specs indicated, will not be considered.

We cannot guarantee inclusion of all articles submitted and we cannot acknowledge receipt of same. We reserve the right to edit articles. We will notify those authors whose editorials we select for publication.

For Essential Guide advertising information, please contact Joanna Harp, VP of sales, at Joanna.Harp@dmnews.com.

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