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Fun Fact Friday – 11/04/2016

Fun Fact Friday from Direct Marketing Solutions To get women to smoke cigarettes in the 1920s, tobacco companies devised a campaign of equating cigarettes as “torches of freedom.” The campaign helped women smoking jump from 5% in 1923 to 18.1% in 1935. Planned obsolescence is a manufacturing decision by a company to make consumer products in such a…
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Direct Marketing Solution’s Fun Fact Friday!

Fun Fact FridayFun Facts from the Marketing World brought to you by Direct Marketing Solutions! Twitter was originally called Twttr The name was changed a few months before it launched. The first tweet was "Just setting up my twttr" by Jack Dorsey. Fifty percent of clicks on mobile banners are accidental - They're caused by…
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Fun Fact Friday! Digital Marketing

Digital Marketing Facts! The internet was the fastest-growing U.S ad medium in 2015 with 18.2% growth. Google was the biggest U.S. mobile ad seller in 2015 with $10 billion in mobile ad revenue. The top 3 digital marketing priorities for B2B this year will be: content marketing, social media marketing & branding & website. 48% of…
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Fun Fact Friday!

Philadelphia pharmacist Asa Candler invented the coupon in 1895 by offering free Cokes in a local newspaper. Hundreds of millions of pieces of mail are delivered everyday to more than 141 million homes and businesses in the United States. Benjamin Franklin created the first American mail-order catalog in 1774. It sold scientific and technical books.
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