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Leah Burdick is a partner and small business trainer for Fresh Buzz Tribe, an online marketing action center that provides live coaching and 24x7 sales and marketing how-to videos for small business owners. The partners at Fresh Buzz Tribe have helped Email Database more than 2,300 small business owners generate $57 million in new business revenue Be wary of companies that claim to be experts at email verification or email validation when all they really do is remove invalid Email Database domains. List hygiene is a multi-stage process and not as simple as it might appear to the average Joe. If you are going to trust a company with your entire customer email database, you must begin by doing your homework and asking the right questions.
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