Welcome to the New iMarketingNews.com

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We've launched! Finally. iMarketing News now has its own site and is separate from DMNews.com.


While the most recent DMNews.com served its purpose -- breaking the latest stories in Internet marketing and direct marketing for iMarketing News and its sister publication, DM News -- it was past time to be on its own. As always, both sites will feature all of the in-depth content from their respective print publications while also allowing marketers to follow breaking news as it happens.


With the relaunch, we're introducing several new features, including Yellow Pages for both sites and E-Mail Lists & Web Cards for iMarketingNews.com and a List Directory for DMNews.com.


This month, we also debuted three weekly newsletters -- E-Mail Marketing Weekly, CRM Weekly and International Weekly -- to allow us to give greater focus on three of the hottest areas in marketing. To subscribe to any of the three weeklies or the quite popular iMarketing News Daily and DM News Daily, go to either site's home page.


When visiting the site, we recommend using Internet Explorer. If you have any feedback, we'd love to hear it. E-mail me at tad@dmnews.com or Web Editor Bob Rozycki at bobr@dmnews.com.


Please bear with us while we work out some of the kinks.


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