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We are looking for smart, IT conversant sales associates to join our team promoting and selling Dmax e-paper (www.dmaxepaper.com) which today is already a leader in terms of email sales + marketing syste.

On-the-job training on system will be provided. Package will consist of salary plus attractive commission commensurate with experience will be offered to the chosen candidate(s).

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by email to ceo@dmax.tv

Closing date: 10th May 2010

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The Product (in-a-nut-shell)


Dmax™ e-paper is a state-of-the-art e-mail marketing system with which Dmax™ continues to expand its innovative range of web solutions.

Market studies show that e-mail marketing gives a return on investment immediately both in terms of exposure as well as sales.

HTML e-mails have consistently outperformed plain text, garnering more opens, more clicks and better response rates.

Through the use of Dmax™ e-paper businesses can take advantage of e-mail to communicate with their customers (or contact lists on Outlook) on a regular basis.


Fully Content Managed, like using Microsoft Word

A user-friendly Word-like editor is used to further customise templates by including product images and marketing text at will. Moreover Dmax™ e-paper gives a preview of how newsletters will appear in each of the major e-mail systems.

Unrivalled market intelligence

The use of the e-mail platform is one of the cheapest and most measurable forms of marketing.

Easy-to-follow graphical reports show essential information such as the number of newsletters that have been read by recipients and what links they have clicked on. This helps make e-mail campaign completely measurable.


Fopr more information visit www.dmaxepaper.com

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