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500 Complimentary Sales Leads Now Offered to New Customers by DatabaseUSA.com

June 27, 2013

The most accurate database compiler is offering 500 names for no charge to trial customers.

San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) June 27, 2013

DatabaseUSA.com, the leading provider of full-service database and email marketing solutions for small businesses and salespeople, is now offering 500 free sales leads as an incentive for small businesses and salespeople to try its services, no strings attached.

DatabaseUSA.com has been providing full-service, customized, database-marketing solutions to hundreds of companies across the U.S. for over two years. No matter what the type of business, the easiest and most effective way to grow sales is by using a targeted, high-quality mailing list. Whether it is a business, consumer, or dynamic list, small businesses can now create the best mailing list for their business with 500 free records.

“Now is the time to freshen up your customer file and replace the old data with a new, targeted mailing list. Our lists are already the best value in the industry, but as an extra incentive, now you can get your first 500 records for absolutely no cost,” says Founder of DatabaseUSA, Vin Gupta, “Let us show you how the right list can make a world of difference for your small business.”

To receive 500 free records, visit http://www.databaseusa.com/500-mailing/

For more information and a special offer, call 877-417-0101 or email brad(dot)roselle(at)databaseusa(dot)com.

About Us: DatabaseUSA provides high-quality, full-service database and email marketing solutions for businesses and salespeople. With over 200 years of combined experience, the company is revolutionizing the way businesses find new prospects and grow their sales. The DatabaseUSA content is compatible with the following platforms: Oracle CRM, Salesforce CRM, Microsoft CRM, Nutshell CRM, Goldmine CRM, Sage ACT! CRM, Highrise CRM, Zoho CRM, NetSuite CRM, SAP CRM, Constant Contact, RightNow Technologies, Reponsys, and Verticle Response.

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