Dynamic Content in Action: DiscountBeautyCenter.com Case Study

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DiscountBeautyCenter.com, an online supplier of brand-name beauty products, wanted to test the viability of using dynamic content to generate e-mail campaigns. Although the company previously had good results with Listrak’s batch and blast e-mail campaigns, it hoped that dynamic content e-mail would increase customer response and return on investment (ROI). Find out how it launched its most successful campaign ever.

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