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Subject: Re: UKNM: permission based e-marketing
From: jason
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2000 10:54:42 +0100

>>I've been approached by a company called MyOffers.co.uk,
which is positioning itself as "the UK's first
permission based e-marketing company." They offer companies the opportunity
to sponsor questionnaires and "Responders can be segmented for e-mail
communications that match their profile and lifestyle."
>>Does any one know of any other companies who are offering this type of
service in the UK?

Having spoken to them sometime back, they say their
"competition" is Freemoney (http://www.freemoney.fm) - also
recently a company called My Free Time (from Netinput -
http://www.myfreetime.co.uk) did something which looked like
permission marketing.

Whether they're any good I don't know, but am aware that some
people tend not to answer the marketing questions with any degree
of honesty!


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