Real Magnet Launches Resource Center for Association Marketing
Real Association Marketing Provides Educational Resources for Marketing and Technology
Washington, DC | 09.21.16 – Real Magnet, a leading provider of email and marketing automation solutions, today announced the launch of Real Association Marketing, a resource center designed to inform association marketers about new marketing techniques and technology.
Many associations have been stuck in an “old-school” marketing rut. Through this new resource center, Real Magnet hopes to educate association marketers about new technologies and content channels, like marketing automation and social media.
“Over the 16 years we’ve worked with associations, we’ve often heard that marketers need educational resources to help them better understand and embrace new technologies and techniques,” said Tom Pines, CEO, Real Magnet. “Through Real Association Marketing, we hope to provide marketers with the information they need – whether developed by our internal experts or by our partners.”
Exclusively focused on marketing and marketers, Real Association Marketing will provide a wide range of educational content developed by both Real Magnet and outside experts. The content will include white papers, a webinar series, case studies, and other items, with new materials regularly posted to the site.
To access the Real Association Marketing resource center, please visit www.realassociationmarketing.com.
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