SmallBizSavings Debuts Filtering Service

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Business-to-business e-mail marketing company SmallBizSavings, New York, has launched a free opt-in e-mail filtering service that lets small businesses receive targeted product information from potential vendors.


By visiting the SmallBizSavings Web page at www.smallbizsavings.com and accessing the service, small businesses will be able to choose from more than 50 purchasing categories, including health insurance, trademark search services and business banking. Direct marketers will be able to rent list of subscribers to the service from SmallBizSavings.
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