Email Software

If you are looking for any easy and inexpensive way to put your email marketing on autopilot and get great deliver ability, check out iContact. The company currently has over 15,000 customers and 100,000 users. The product is used primarily by small businesses but also has a number of Fortune 500 companies like Bank of America, Ford, Nissan, Super 8 Motel, and International Paper, and political campaigns like Barack Obama ’08. iContact is working to change the way businesses and non-profit organizations communicate online by making it really easy to manage all online communications from a single web application.

iContact also has an easy to use interface and over 300 professionally-designed email templates. The application allows you to track the opens and clickthroughs on your emails, add a sign-up form to your web site, segment your list, and manage your subscribers. They take care of managing bounces and unsubscribes for you. They also take care of making sure your message gets to the inbox of your recipients through their ISP relations, feedback loops, and whitelist status. If you are currently running into deliverability issues with your existing email newsletter software sending method, iContact will be very helpful and ensure inbox delivery of your messages. Furthermore, iContact is an easy to use email marketing, surveying, autoresponder, and blogging tool that allows small businesses, non-profits, and associations to easily communicate online with their customers, prospects, and members.

Wow..such a great service. Hmm..let’s give it a try 🙂

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