June 18, 2009 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – In the current economy, many businesses are bringing their marketing and PR efforts in-house and targeting their consumers directly in an effort to cut costs and improve ROI. According to the Center for Media Research this move to be independent is being shaped by “four trends impacting consumer-centric marketing: consumer adoption of new, low cost distribution formats such as social networks and opt-in email, a shift in advertiser spending to highly targeted online venues, the migration to cost-cutting virtualized platforms and the emergence of new capabilities due to game-changing moves by both new entrants and existing players”.
What does that mean for businesses that rely heavily on interactive media to “get the word out” including small businesses, publishers such as newspapers, e-magazines and domain monetization entrepreneurs? According to AIT.com (www.AIT.com), a 14 year old web host and domain registrar, migrating traditional media services online is simple using the company’s cloud computing technology that is both robust, and affordable. “We provide multiple domain name registration, dedicated and virtual servers, search engine placement, email marketing, security with a customized firewall and actual sales leads in a one-stop-shop,” said Sean McCoy, VP of Sales and Marketing.
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AIT’s Email Marketer PRO is powerful email marketing platform that thousands of business owners use to create, send and track email campaigns for themselves or their clients. Businesses use the application when they need to send newsletters, special offers, and promotions via email - without having to worry about any monthly or per email fees. Watch AIT's Email Marketer PRO screen cast to see all of the features in action and to learn how easy it is to create, send, and track your own email marketing campaigns in minutes. “The campaign analytics are incredible,” said Joseph Bernstein of MJ Media. “I can send thousands of emails without spamming and know who opened and read what, where and when as well as provide a way for my prospects to respond instantly so I don’t waste time chasing bad leads.”
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