Outraged by the results of a new study claiming all customer relationships are digital, Limitless Communications promote their direct marketing campaigns, highlighting the importance face-to-face interactions have with today's consumers.This article was originally distributed via 24-7 Press Release Newswire. 24-7 Press Release Newswire, WorldNow and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith.
CORK, IRELAND, June 11, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In a recent article published by digital marketing magazine, it has been said that 'digital tools give customers a more immediate, personal and 'in control' relationship with brands', a statement that Cork-based firm Limitless Communications are set to challenge.
is an outsourced sales and marketing firm that specialises in brand awareness, customer acquisition and delivering exceptional results for clients across a range of industries from telecommunications and energy to finance and charities. The firm's forward-thinking, face-to-face approach generates a more personal link between potential customers and brands, a connection that is not so easily achieved via digital marketing channels. "We are out in the field every day interacting with customers and building strong relationships through our friendly face-to-face approach. Being able to engage with customers, and listen to their needs is far more personal than any digital marketing channel," says Richard Moller
Managing Director of Limitless Communications.
The study also talks of how 'digital promises businesses and customers a nirvana where relationships are not the one-to-many of a brand relationship but the one-to-one of a personal relationship'. Limitless Communications' MD Richard Moller believes that this is a bold statement and something that very few businesses have successfully achieved. "It's difficult to develop digital marketing campaigns that are personalised to this level. In most cases they are very much one-to-many type campaigns. There are most definitely benefits of online marketing but to say that it is a more personal, immediate or in control form of marketing is neither accurate or agreeable," says Richard Moller MD of Limitless Communications.
With consumer behaviour continually evolving outsourced sales and marketing company Limitless Communications are firm believers that the most effective way to build longstanding relationships with customers is through face-to-face interaction. Richard Moller of Limitless Communications explains "Direct marketing not only provides that personal or human touch that the digital world can lack, but it is a great way to research, learn and refine your marketing solutions, which in turn helps brands continue to meet the needs of potential customers."
Limitless Communications is Ireland's leading brand development and communications firm. Understanding the importance of executing unique and energetic campaigns that are specifically tailored to each of their client's needs is what has allowed Limitless Communications to be at the forefront of the direct marketing industry in Ireland.
Limitless Communications delivers a personal approach to marketing and customer acquisition in Ireland. Ensuring that they have gained expertise at every stage of various successful marketing campaigns, Limitless Communications provides a high level of education within the company. This ensures that not only the service is delivered at the highest standard, but also those associated with the company live up to the standards of the business.
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