We’re introducing James as Jack’s eccentric cousin that specializes in transactional email.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
JangoSMTP (http://www.jangosmtp.com), a cutting-edge transactional email service, announced a new mascot and educational series late last week called “James Explains.” JangoSMTP customers will receive notifications on transactional email advice, trends, and quick tips.
“James Explains” will features James the Jangolope, the new JangoSMTP mascot. A jangolope is a fictitious creature based on the jackalope, a jackrabbit that evolved and grew antelope antlers.
James will be the voice and personality of the blog series. Each month, he will post about a new topic, in addition to the latest news in SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol). The series will also be emailed to JangoSMTP subscribers and, if is successful, will become a permanent part of the company’s content marketing plan.
The new series, similar to JangoMail’s “On Track With Jack,” was created by JangoSMTP’s Marketing Specialist, Melonie Mottice.
“We’re introducing James as Jack’s eccentric cousin that specializes in transactional email,” said Mottice. “With all the positive feedback we’ve had from ‘On Track With Jack,’ it’s just a matter of time before we start connecting and educating our subscribers on everything that JangoSMTP has to offer.”
Readers can submit any topic ideas directly to JangoSMTP at marketing(at)us(dot)jangomail(dot)com with the subject line: James Explains. They can also subscribe to the series here.
JangoSMTP is an advanced transactional email service provided by parent company, JangoMail. Customers can try JangoSMTP or email newsletter service, JangoMail for free without a credit card or contract. Over 200,000 organizations on six continents use JangoSMTP and JangoMail to stay in touch with their customers and prospects. JangoSMTP offers flexible pricing and unique features for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes and industries. To learn more, call 1-888-GO-JANGO or go to http://www.jangosmtp.com.