Marine marketing firm launches new Web site

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Boatmail, a Myrtle Beach, S.C.-based agency that concentrates solely in marine marketing, is launching a new Web site at www.boat-mail.net.

“This Web site contains a complete rundown of all the various services and products we’re able to offer our marine clients,” said Boatmail owner Laurence Madiot in a statement. “Visitors to the site will come away with a clear understanding of how we can help them market their marine products and services in the most dynamic, yet cost-efficient, manner.”

The new Boatmail Web site has numerous examples, designs and marketing information about the firm’s products and services, and how they will benefit Boatmail’s clients. This includes the creation, delivery and tracking of e-cards, e-posters, e-event invitations, e-newsletters and other forms of direct targeted communications.

The firm provides these services to dealers, charters, marinas and manufacturers.

“These are the people who are constantly striving to increase their business from both current customers, as well as potential customers,” said Madiot. “Using our marketing services, we can show them how. And we can show them how to do it for maximum impact with minimum expense.”

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