Is your business slowing down because of recession? Use follow-up marketing to extract value from your customer relationships. The Windows application runs on your own PC and easily integrates with your website to quickly grow your mailing lists.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
FollowUpExpert Personal 4.5 Autoresponder with no monthly fees. Runs on your own PC - you're in full control. It can reply to incoming mail saying you're away. It can send automatic personalized follow-ups and newsletters. Has a WYSIWYG editor. And it's very fast!
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Description: Is your business slowing down because of recession? It is expensive to prospect and to develop new customers from scratch. Advertising, sales calls or telemarketing, and the customer's vendor approval processes all make new client development time and cost intensive.
Your existing customer base, however, is an asset that you already own. Email campaigns can help you extract new value from that asset.
FollowUpExpert is an easy-to-use Windows application that lets you run your email campaigns from your own PC and have a complete control over your mailing lists. It can automatically reply to incoming emails, send sequences of personalized follow-ups and newsletters.
It even lets you grow your lists using sign-up forms on your website and by tracking purchases made in your online store.
It's your own personal assistant that saves you from repetitive work. With its WYSIWYG editor it's easy to create great-looking messages and it sends them REAL fast.
And with more than 14 years of experience in online business the Xtreeme team is there to help you get the most value of their product.
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