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October 1, 2012

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Telebrands

DRTV seems to be one of the best marketing methods for the modern world. It feels like everything should be fast and should be done in just a click. Thanks for sharing.

Telebrands

Good read. Direct response marketing seems the best choice for promoting toys. Majority of those that are watching TV are kids. Thanks for posting.

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