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Send Christmas Cards to Your Customers By Email

Sep 30, 2013 12:30:00 PM / by DBS Internet Marketing posted in charity, christmas, christmas card, email

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xmas-card-2013 Believe it or not, it is less than 3 months until Christmas! But don’t panic! DBS can help companies with one of the big Christmas tasks – sending out the Christmas cards! DBS Internet Marketing can design and send Christmas Cards via email to your customers, clients, suppliers, staff, colleagues, friends, and anyone else who you would like us to help spread some Christmas cheer to! The card above is an example, and will be sent in your company's name, displaying your logo and your choice of message. Prices to send Christmas cards via email with DBS start at just £95+VAT. There is a one-off transmission charge of £5 per run, and a charge of 1p per recipient. So, if you send out 500 cards via email, it will cost £105+VAT - or to put it another way, 21p per recipient. This is a lot cheaper than buying and posting cards, so you can save quite a bit of money by doing this. As it is the seasons of good will, why not donate the difference to your charity of choice – as you can see, our choice is the NSPCC! If you would like to know more, please contact David Clarke on 01522 811688 for more details.

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How to block and stop junk faxes

May 14, 2008 8:38:00 AM / by DBS Internet Marketing posted in email, fax preference service, junk, fax

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It’s Monday morning and you enter the office to see that the fax machine is half submerged by one weekends worth unsolicited faxes.

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Google Pay Per Click Spoofing Emails Are On The Rise

Apr 17, 2008 10:25:00 AM / by DBS Internet Marketing posted in spoofing, email, google, pay per click

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DBS & Google have become aware of 'spoofing' emails sent to some AdWords advertisers recently. 'Spoofing' refers to the act of fraudulently altering certain properties of an email to make it appear as though it originated from a legitimate source. The email can then lead to a deceptive website which collects sensitive personal information. In this case, the email may have appeared to be from Google AdWords, asking for your account login information. Please do not respond to these emails.

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