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Major Direct Marketing Components in China
List Rental List rental service provides highly responsive Asian audience for marketers to deliver their words through highly personal communication media.

Mainland China Visitor List Hot Mainland China Direct Mailing provinces are as follows (2004 est.):
1. Beijing
2. Shanghai
3. Guangzhou
4. Zhuha
5. Zhongshan
6. Shenzhen

Email Marketing For foreign marketers, low-cost email marketing permits the transmission of their messages to the mailbox of their selected customers from China or even all over the world.
Direct Mailing/Door Delivery/Street Delivery + Lettershop Delivering flyers / samples into customers’ hands, homes or offices is common and effective in many large provinces in China and Asia.
Fax Broadcasting Fax is one of the most popular communications between companies and clients. With fax server and categorized fax list, one is able to perform high volume broadcasting to multiple regional recipients at low cost.
Data Management + Strategic Consultant With DM-Asia Association’s expertise in direct and multi-channel marketing field and rich experience in strategic consulting, you are able to start up and maintain a profitable business as well as a good relationship with customer in distant places.
A boost to your first-mover advantage in the Mainland
Business matching: - Register your company and brands with our database, and be found by new potential partners around the world.
- Tap into our unique database of mainland and overseas business contacts to identify potential leads.
- Establish partnerships through our customized business matching service which helps you find potential partners, based on your business requirements.
DM-Asia Association serves as your strategic consultant to find new potential partners in Hong Kong. China. Asia.
Should you have any inquiry, please feel free to contact our DM-Asia Association’s expertise at (852) 2880 5918 or email to us.


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