Video Webcasts Now Available From DM News

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DM News has launched a turnkey package that will let companies create and promote lead-generating video Webcasts.


The Webcasts can be used either as lead-generating educational Webcasts (e.g. "Three Ways to Make Your E-Mail Marketing More Effective") or as on-demand video commercials for your company.


The all-inclusive package includes two basic components:


· DM News, in collaboration with professional filmmaker John Roegner, will work with companies to write, produce, film and edit your Webcast/infomercial.


· DM News will run it as a lead-generating online tower or banner ad on our Web site and in our e-mail newsletters, which include DM News-iMarketing News Daily, Database Marketing and Data Services Weekly, E-Mail Marketing Weekly, DM News Whitepaper of the Day and SearchBuzz.


"This new video service from DM News is designed to attract new prospects, convert prospects to customers and help advertisers hold on to existing customers," DM News publisher Adrian Courtenay said.


"Many of our advertisers are reporting hundreds of highly qualified sales leads from our DM News' Hot List of the Day and Whitepaper of the Day services," he said. "Now, companies can go a step further and promote a lead-generating Webcast or infomercial about them, their products and their services that is professionally written, directed and filmed to specifications -- all for one low cost."


Advertisers can choose from flat-rate or CPL pricing.


For pricing alternatives and other information about this new service from DM News, please contact Robert DiGioia at rdigioia@dmnews.com or at 212/925-7300.


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