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If you want to keep current on the latest happenings in direct marketing, there’s no better resource than DM News. It offers expert news reporting, plus a selection of focused sections providing in-depth coverage of specialized market niches.

You get 48 issues per year, packed with news of campaigns, companies, agencies, suppliers, trends, controversies – everything of consequence that’s happening in direct marketing. Every issue also includes regular columns, departments, listings, and special reports.

DM News is offered free to a fixed number of qualified U.S. subscribers. Certain criteria have to be met in order to qualify. And there can be a waiting period of up to two months for new subscriptions.

To subscribe online, go to www.dmnews.com/subscribe.php. While you’re there, check out the 7 Email Newsletters they offer … also free!

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Published: July 17, 2006

1 Response to “Quick Tip: Get a Free Subscription Worth Thousands of Dollars”

  1. Thank you for this information. I have such gratitude to AWAI. It is the best learning site available.

    Janet Laird

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