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The Solid Gold Mailbox: How to Create Winning Mail-Order Campaigns...by the Man Who's Done It All

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This double cassette-book shows how to create winning mail-order campaigns. The author has produced successful mail-order campaigns for Reader's Digest, The Republican Party, and Time/Life Books. He covers everything one needs to know about planning, creating, and financing profitable mail-order campaigns, including the ten commandmemts for creating successful mail-order p ...more
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Published April 29th 1987 by Wiley
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