InfoUSA Press Releases
InfoUSA Preps Client for Small Business Saturday With Targeted Marketing Campaigns
OMAHA, NE – November 21, 2013 –
InfoUSA, a leading provider of high-quality business and consumer data and end-to-end marketing tools, today announced it has successfully delivered over 175 million targeted marketing campaigns on behalf of their clients. This announcement comes as InfoUSA begins to prepare their clients for Small Business Saturday® on November 30, 2013.
Small Business Saturday is celebrated the Saturday after the Thanksgiving holiday each year. It was founded in 2010 by American Express to help support the small and medium businesses that maintain the economy.
As an Elite Status Member of ResellerRatings, InfoUSA provides targeted campaigns that are full service. Clients can choose from a targeted mailing list, all the way to the design and delivery of a full scale marketing campaign. As of November 18, InfoUSA has delivered on over 175 million marketing campaigns for their clients.
“Small and medium businesses help create jobs and drive the economy,” said Amit Khanna, president, Small and Medium Business, Infogroup. “This is our third year supporting Small Business Saturday and we are excited to help our clients make this one the most successful with complete service capabilities that enable them to reach their target audience faster and smarter.”
For over 40 years, millions of businesses have relied on InfoUSA, an Infogroup brand, to help target and acquire new customers, grow their sales, clean and update their customer lists and make business credit decisions. InfoUSA compiles the most up-to-date marketing lists and sales leads containing powerful, in-depth demographic information. It makes reaching potential customers easy, with complete direct mail and email marketing services that include everything from purchasing the targeted list to the design and delivery of the marketing program. As a Google AdWords™ Certified Partner, InfoUSA also helps clients advertise on Google to drive qualified calls and traffic to their websites.
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