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Specially designed for home décor and renovation companies who want to reach the more upscale home owner in the Greater Toronto area.
Our NeighbourhoodTMPrinted in 25 local areas. It is an ideal marketing tool for all advertisers in the suburban regions of Toronto.
Home & GardenTM
Our magazine targeting the best home improvement markets at the most opportune times of the year in 8 regional zones.
A popular choice for home décor and renovation companies. The choice of 10 local markets helps advertisers target their customers.
Specially designed for home décor and renovation companies who want to reach the more upscale home owner in the Montreal & Ottawa areas.
Published in over 5 local markets in Ottawa and Montreal. Superior results with maximum flexibility.
Hand them out to your customers, send them to homes in your area by Canada Post. Use them to promote a sale, an event, a product!
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Reach your target through one or more of our publications that are sent directly to the homes of your local market.
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Our high impact, beautifully laid out ads are designed with an advertising and marketing strategy specifically to your business in mind.
The Science of Activation powers Smartmail Marketing
Explore how the science of activation can improve your results in today’s multi-channel marketing environment.
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"I dealt with Direct Target when I was working for another window company and was very satisfied. When I opened my own window company in 2011, the first thing I did was call Direct Target. I spent my entire annual advertising budget with them & received a very high return on investment. It seems the more I spend the better I do. I highly recommend them."
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