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Join our team selling the leading e-mail marketing software around...

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).

Are you interested?
Send Application addressed to CEO
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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