Quark skips integrating direct mail campaign with website

I got my second great direct mail piece today from Quark selling the features of their latest release, QuarkXPress 6.5.  They are a series of postcards, and each highlights a different feature of the software and explains it through targeted copy and testimonials aimed at print graphic designers with language like "No doubt about it. 

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John Cleese Connects with IT Managers in Viral Online Film

I just got my LiveVault poster today from the Institute for Backup Trauma.  It’s a site I visited about 4 weeks ago promoting the data storage solution offered by LiveVault.  The campaign is a brilliant spokesperson marketing execution featuring John Cleese as Dr. Twain Weck in an online film about an "original story told for

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Bugaboo markets strollers online to parents

While in New York this weekend, I passed an interesting bus stop poster with a picture of a unique looking baby stroller, and the URL http://www.bugaboodaytrips.com – nothing else.  As a new parent, I buy the same crap all parents do.  Graco stroller, Baby Bjorn, those new plastic baby food containers (because glass jars are

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