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The Web Boutiques Articles Marketing System is a clever tool devised in collaboration with a national marketing company. It allows you to upload articles to your website that you can offer customers for free, but they are obliged to enter their contact details before it is sent out to them. You are then able to collect this data for your sales records and contact them in relation to which article they downloaded.

The Articles Marketing System can be used as a very effective tool for your sales force.

 
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"Web Boutiques have proven to be one of our best marketing investments to date"
Beth Baxter, Great Guns Marketing
 
"There is no doubt in our mind that the Web Boutiques system is one of the best if not the best system in the UK and probably in the world. It allows content management like no other system I have seen."
Steve Nawoor, Movement Mechanics
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