DMA: survey text messages more effective than email

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A Direct Marketing Association (DMA) report has found that mobile text messaging is a more effective tool than e-mail, mobile web and coupons. Text messages garnered responses from 70% of the survey group, while 30% responded to email messages. The report surveyed 800 mobile phone owners.
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