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The Ultimate Email Marketing Personalization Of Campaign Monitor

In today's marketing and communication process throughout the world, one have to choose a competent and reliable third-party service provider.  Business owners or marketers who aim to measure the effectiveness of marketing efforts should have this kind of service provider capable of building campaigns, sending emails that miss the spam bin and gives the ability of measuring revenue and profit in their businesses. 

One of the convenient and most efficient friction free methods of communicating with customers and facilitating fair values is none other than Campaign Monitor.  Briefly about Campaign Monitor, this website provides such a service to allow you seamlessly and effortlessly to communicate with your customers via easily built email campaigns into the system.  Campaign Monitor allows you to create, send and optimize your email marketing campaigns with easy steps.  There are 100 over ready-to-use integrations, they feature advanced segmentation and automation tools which are simple to use.

Through their three products, Campaign Monitor, Emma and Delivra, they offer a full range of email solutions to help businesses and marketers create meaningful and yet lasting connections with their clients.  With their business growth of over 120,000 customers,this clearly shows that Campaign Monitor is indeed a solid and reliable company globally.

More information can be found here at this website and an excerpt below... 
Furthermore, 74% of marketers say targeted personalization increases customer engagement, and that they see an average increase of 20% in sales when using personalized experiences. That’s why we partnered with the crew at Moveable Ink to create the Ultimate Email Marketing Personalization Checklist to help empower marketers to use the power of personalization to reach humans, not just inboxes.
The Ultimate Email Marketing Personalization Checklist - Infographic by Campaign Monitor
                   
                   
            

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