I spent nearly 16 years of my life in the investment banking world. This was back before the Internet was a marketing tool. Back then cold calling by phone was the way to go. It did not matter if you knew the person you were calling or not. What mattered was that this person was in your "target market" and you knew how to get in touch with him. If the person did not want to talk with you, fine. But, at least, you have the option to find out.
With the CAN-SPAM law it seems you can get in trouble just by making the attempt. Are we not allowed to get in touch with people we do not know - but have a service we know they should be able to utilize? Must we simply put our message out there in a clever way that MIGHT draw the "right people's" attention - provided they happen to be looking in a place they could find us?
Do you see the problem? Do you have a solution for reaching
specific people in a target market?
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