Introducing Mailoko, a New Email Marketing Solution

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  1. roundabout

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    What am I missing here? No fees?
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    LONDON, March 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Line Industries, the London based Web Design and Development agency, have today launched Mailoko (http://www.mailoko.com), a new email marketing website aimed at helping businesses build relationships with their customers in a simple, easy-to-manage and cost-effective way.

    Mailoko allows users to create, send and monitor their own email campaigns. By following straight-forward and simple to use stages users can design their own emails, develop and manage recipient lists, test subject headings and schedule delivery for a time that suits their audience. Results can be seen instantly allowing you to evaluate the success of your campaign, invaluable information when planning future activity.

    Jon Gedny, Managing Director at Line Industries, says: "Our clients have told us that managing their own email campaigns internally is becoming more appealing for financial reasons but that it can be quite a daunting prospect. We developed Mailoko as a way to make this as simple and straight forward as possible and make it financially viable to introduce this important marketing tool into our clients' campaigns"

    Mailoko has no set-up fee, monthly charges or annual fees. With support and advice from the Mailoko team available this no-hassle product takes the strain and apprehension out of email marketing campaigns and allows the user to be in control.

    Line Industries http://www.lineindustries.com is a web design and development agency based in East London. They create all sorts of things for the web including engaging websites, bespoke software solutions, and online marketing campaigns.
     
  2. wowfreedom

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    You're missing that it's $40 per 1000 emails! You pay .02 pounds per email. Translates to .032 cents per email sent!

    Yeah, gee ... no fees? Yikes.
     
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    Are they going to base that rate on actual recipients or simply list size? That language is a bit fuzzy if you ask me as to me, there's a big difference between "recipient" and "sent mail". Not to mention they don't bring up IPs, domains they have success with, etc. and oh, there's this

    Not lookin' good to me...
     

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