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Direct Marketing business, Hype Initiatives claim to offer a higher return on investment than traditional marketing methods such as networking and email marketing. In fact, they promise a 100% return on investment on any campaign that they launch.

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA, June 12, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- In an increasingly virtual world, Hype Initiatives claim that people connecting with people is still at the core of good business. Direct marketing offers a face-to-face approach that gives a human touch to their marketing campaigns and their level of customer service has helped build their success.

The firm's Managing Director is so confident that they offer a paid-on-results business model. "The key reason businesses choose to work with us is due to our guaranteed results - they only pay for the results we generate. The key reason they continue to work with us on a long-term basis is the simple fact we deliver on what we claim," says a confident Director of Hype Initiatives.

The company's ethos may come across as slightly arrogant but, in reality, what they do, most businesses find very refreshing. What company would turn away from guaranteed sales leads? The company's confidence has led to and created an incredibly strong and loyal client base. They put the pressure on themselves to deliver a result of 100% return on investment and use their direct marketing approach to achieve this.

Hype Initiatives aim to create a unique atmosphere and deliver outstanding results. Their purpose is to represent clients better than they can represent themselves. They talk, inform and educate the general public on behalf of their clients' brands, which leads to an increase in revenue. They use direct marketing in order to reduce the gap that technology has created between brand and consumer by providing a one-to-one customer service.

The average click-through rate (CTR) of display ads is 0.1% and about 50% of clicks on mobile ads are accidental, according to HubSpot. For marketers trying to reach an attentive, engaged, targeted audience, those numbers are, at best, abysmal. Hype Initiatives offer a successful solution to businesses struggling to reach their customers and see a return on their marketing campaigns. They give clients who contract their sales, promotions and marketing services the best value for money and aim to drive profits, increase sales and boost their clients' brands' exposure. Hype Initiatives are keen to prove that they offer a higher return on investment than traditional marketing methods and say that this is just one of many reasons to work with them.

Hype Initiative is an Australian-based outsourced sales and marketing firm. They can drive their clients profits, increase their sales and boost their brand's exposure. They achieve what they set out to do together for more businesses and for the generations to come. Impossible is just an opinion. They are growing and plan to build to a team of 1000 people worldwide.

About Hype Initiatives: http://hypeinitiatives.com/our-purpose/

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