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Metrics That Deliver: 1 More Reason to Work with New Acquisitions

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Leading Atlanta-based marketing business, New Acquisitions claim to offer a higher ROI than traditional marketing methods. The firm's CEO is so confident that they offer a paid-on-results business model.

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ATLANTA, GA, June 27, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The average click-through rate (CTR) of display ads is 0.1 percent, and about 50 percent of clicks on mobile ads are accidental, according to HubSpot. Those numbers are, at best, abysmal for marketers trying to reach an attentive, engaged, targeted audience. New Acquisitions offer a solution to businesses struggling to reach their customers and see a return on their marketing campaigns.

New Acquisitions is an outsourced sales and marketing firm that specializes in marketing programs for clients' products and services. New Acquisitions' client base expands to satellite televisions, home improvement and consumer electronics. Based in Atlanta, GA, the firm boasts a solidified and effective marketing program and has developed an undeniably powerful presence in some of the world's largest chain retailers in a short amount of time.

New Acquisitions are only paid on the success of results for their clients; meaning that they provide a cost effective and appealing service for a company's marketing budget with a guaranteed ROI. This business model has appealed to increasing numbers of clients, and with more businesses outsourcing their sales and marketing firms, New Acquisitions has been allowed to grow, expand and stay competitive within this industry.

"Here at New Acquisitions we provide our clients with a service so that they can stay competitive within their market. Due to the paid-on-results business model that we use at the firm, we can guarantee our clients a high ROI. The firm is seeing an increase in the number of companies choosing to outsource business functions to specialized firms throughout the USA," said a spokes person for New Acquisitions.

Even though advertising is a useful tool for businesses, New Acquisitions believe that human interaction is the key to solidifying the relationship between the business and the consumer and results in greater brand awareness. This one to one approach leads to the very best results and helps to create stronger loyalty from that consumer throughout the lifetime of the business relationship.

The firm's ethos of a paid-on-results business model can come across overly confident, but in reality, New Acquisitions have found that most businesses find this approach very refreshing. Clients are guaranteed a high return on investment and guaranteed sales leads.

About New Acquisitions

New Acquisitions is a sales and marketing company based in Atlanta, Georgia, specializing in direct marketing and innovative marketing solutions.

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