Bulk Email

Bulk Email Service offers an integrated, automated and robust feature set built to help the enterprise of any size. A powerfully simple and simply powerful email marketing solution designed to help you create and send compelling campaigns with ease.

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Services we provide

Email Newsletters

Automatically deliver a sequence of messages to new subscribers.

Subscriber Management

You can collect, manage and import subscribers with our easy to use tools.

Sign Up Forms

Need a well-designed sign up form? We got you covered.

Email Templates

Looking for professional templates that match your brand? here you can find plenty of professional templates.

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FAQ - Your questions? We got answers!

Is email marketing effective?

Email marketing is one of the most effective ways for a business to reach customers directly. Think about it. You’re not posting something on your site and hoping people will visit it. You’re not even posting something on a social media page and hoping fans will see it. You’re sending something directly into each person’s inbox, where they definitely will see it! Even if they don’t open it, they’ll still see the subject line and your company’s name each time you send an email, so you’re always communicating directly with your audience.

Isn’t social media marketing taking the place of email marketing?

Actually, statistics show that email reaches three times more people than Facebook and Twitter combined. That’s a significant difference. Social media marketing is wildly popular, and becoming even more so every day, but it is definitely not taking the place of social media marketing any time soon. On Facebook, for example, each post only reaches a small portion of your users. If you have users opted into your email list, however, everyone on that list will receive that message.

How often should I send marketing emails?

As often as you can, without getting annoying. How’s that for a vague answer? But it’s true – you want to send frequent emails, but not so frequent that people start unsubscribing or worse, marking them as spam. Where’s the happy medium? Unfortunately, it’s different for each business. For some, once a month is plenty, while for others, daily emails are just fine. Again, it’s a matter of experimentation and testing to see what your particular audience responds best to.

What is the best day and time to send my marketing emails??

Once again, the answer to this question differs from business to business. And once again, testing is the way to find out what works best. As a general rule, weekends and mornings seem to be the times when more emails are opened – but since your audience may have different habits, it’s best to experiment and then use your own data to decide.

How can I make sure my emails don’t end up in the spam folder?

There are certain obvious email marketing no-nos to avoid, if you want to stay out of the spam folder – things like mentioning Viagra, or writing in all caps. But spam filters are much more sophisticated now than they used to be, so one or two trip-ups usually won’t mean the end for you. The best way to stay out of the dreaded spam folder is to write not like a salesperson, but like a friend – the tone of your emails, and even the vocabulary you use, will automatically be different.

How can I get subscribers to open my emails?

The key to getting subscribers to open your emails is by writing a stellar subject line every time. Other than your company name, that’s all they have to help them make that split-second decision when they see your email in their inbox.

What is spam, and how do you deal with it?

Spam is unsolicited email. Indications that you might be sending spam include:
• You are mailing web users who have not agreed to receive email from you
• You have used a third party email address or domain name without their permission
• Your subject line contains false or misleading information
• You are sending to general email addresses (such as sales@…, business@…, webmaster@…, info@… etc.) which may be read by more than one person, or are sending out your own emails from a similarly general address

Bear in mind that all recipients have the right to request removal from your mailing list.

What is an auto-responder?

An auto-responder is an email that you can set up as a single email, or as one of a series, that are sent out at a set time after a person subscribes to your contact list.
For example, you can set up an auto-responder to be sent immediately after a user triggers a response so to let them know about a promotion you are holding for new users.
You may then wish to set up another one to be sent 72 hours later to prompt new users to further consider your offer.

Start Up

$100
  • 100,000 Email
  • Automation
  • Email delivery
  • Personalization
  • Spam filter
  • Analytics
  • Inbox test
  • Segmentation
  • Scheduling

Standard

$175
  • 200,000 Email
  • Automation
  • Email delivery
  • Personalization
  • Spam filter
  • Analytics
  • Inbox test
  • Segmentation
  • Scheduling
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Professional

$230
  • 300,000 Email
  • Automation
  • Email delivery
  • Personalization
  • Spam filter
  • Analytics
  • Inbox test
  • Segmentation
  • Scheduling

Advanced

$400
  • 500,000 Email
  • Automation
  • Email delivery
  • Personalization
  • Spam filter
  • Analytics
  • Inbox test
  • Segmentation
  • Scheduling