Atomic Email Studio is a suite of e-mail marketing software combining the tools for creating and sending eye-catching newsletters, managing lists of recipients, processing subscription and removal requests automatically.
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Description: Atomic Email Studio is an all-in-one solution for Internet marketing. From one place you can control all your email campaigns, create and send newsletters, manage mailing lists, find new prospects. Also, you have a convenient access to the statistics provided by our on-line services (newsletter tracking, survey generator etc).
Atomic Email Studio package includes best selling software for even lower price. The main modules are:
- Mailer: create and send newsletters (beautiful templates are already included);
- Autoresponder: send replies to the incoming mail automatically;
- List Manager: edit mailing lists on your desktop (no need to share to any on-line service, keep lists secured!);
- Subscription Manager: process users adding / removal requests automatically;
- Verifier: validate e-mail addresses and get rid of the "dead" ones;
- Extractor: find new target prospects for your business;
All modules are integrated into each other and work together.
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Bulk mailer faces criminal charges A bulk e-mailer in Florida has been charged with electronically breaking into a massive data warehouse and stealing gigabytes of personal information on Americans, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.