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Inbound marketing gets a lot of attention these days, but don't overlook the benefits and power of outbound direct marketing, especially for lead generation. Outbound marketing allows marketers to fish in the ponds that have the right audience for their message and to control lead volumes. With the right strategies and smart investments, outbound marketing can be very, very effective-driving the perfect customers to call, email or register with your company.

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