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MULTICHANNEL MARKETING: Sales teams field Web growth  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Paul Miller

B-to-b mailers emphasize the continued importance of the human touchForrester Research predicts that U.S. b-to-b e-commerce revenue will hit $1.3 trillion

LIST MARKETING: Seven tips for boosting rentals  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Peter Girard

Getting the most revenue from renting your list depends largely on how well you promote it. But simply letting brokers know that your list is available

FOCUS: LABORATORY/SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTS – www.daigger.com  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By MCM staff

Reviewed 1/7/00, 1:30 p.m., Netscaperight away, my expectations are high for this site, in that it is trumpeting its ranking in the top 50 Websites by

MULTICHANNEL MARKETING: Keeping the brand consistent  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By MCM staff

How do you use creative to keep your brand image consistent across multiple channels?David Christenson: With the rush to get online and the pressure to

APPAREL: statistical overview  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By MCM staff

introductionThis month, we debut a series of in-depth market sector reports for the catalog industry. This first 10-page report covers the consumer apparel

APPAREl: market leaders – COLDWATER CREEK  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By MCM staff

Trendy clothes are hard to find in catalog apparel. Experts agree that by and large shoppers have come to expect more conservative and comfortable-fitting

Y2K merchandise scored big in ’99  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Peter Girard

Even if your catalog didn’t peddle Y2K-themed candles, champagne flutes, or collectibles, millennial merchandise was ubiquitous in 1999. But did it sell?

DIVESTITURES: SHAKEUP AT RIVERTOWN  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Moira Pascale

President Donna Avery resigns; four titles to closeRivertown Trading Co. has undergone what some might call a millennial makeover. Donna Avery, president

MERCHANDISING: More `good things’ from Martha  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Moira Pascale

In its apparent quest to sell to consumers who have no interest in producing their own paper or making their own soap, the catalog arm of New York-based

GETTING PERSONAL: …with Randy Acton  Mar 01, 2000 10:30 PM By Randy Acton

Q. What was your first job out of college?A. I was a U.S. Army officer; after the service, I was the marketing director at Fort Knox (KY) Federal Credit






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