Auto-email fill makes it easier to grab email addresses on the fly to make compliance enforcement faster and less cumbersome on our client’s workload.
Orlando, Fl. (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
The Search Monitor, the leader in providing competitive ad intelligence data to search and affiliate marketers, announces the release of a new feature that makes composing and sending affiliate and brand compliance emails faster—auto- email-fill.
Auto-email fill auto-populates email addresses into compliance emails to make it simple and fast to send warning notices to affiliates who violate program rules or competitors who infringe on trademarks on paid search ads. This new feature is tied into The Search Monitor’s database of over 20,000 affiliates, across more than 50 affiliate networks, with profiles that expose marketing tactics, threat levels, marketing channels used, and merchant affiliations. Customers are able to augment affiliate profiles with contact information and comments. Stored contact information is then used to auto-populate email addresses into compliance emails.
The auto-email fill feature compliments The Search Monitor’s existing compliance features including identifying brand infringement activities on search engines and detection of affiliate compliance with paid search, social media, and coupon code rules.
“Many times clients need to send out repeat notices to the same affiliate or competitor,” said Lori Weiman, CEO of The Search Monitor. “Auto-email fill makes it easier to grab email addresses on the fly to make compliance enforcement faster and less cumbersome on our client’s workload,” adds Weiman.
To learn more, visit http://www.thesearchmonitor.com.
About The Search Monitor
The Search Monitor monitors paid search, organic search, social media, mobile search, and shopping engines worldwide for brand and affiliate compliance, and competitive intelligence. Interactive agencies, search marketers, and affiliate marketers use The Search Monitor to gather and analyze competitive information more effectively. To learn more please visit http://www.thesearchmonitor.com.