Channels preferred by U.S. consumers for permission-based promotional messages

Consumers: preferred channels for permission-based promotional messages in the United States in 2012

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 4, 2012
Channels preferred by U.S. consumers for permission-based promotional messages This statistic shows U.S. online consumers' preferred communication channels for permission-based promotional messages in January 2012. During this period of time, 77 percent of respondents stated they prefer to receive promotional messages via e-mail.
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Consumers: preferred channels for permission-based promotional messages in the United States in 2012

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