Austin, TX (PRWEB) August 05, 2012
Digital Marketer’s blog recently published a post investigating the launch of Outlook.com, Microsoft’s new online webmail service.
Written as usual by DM Managing Editor Josh Loposer, the blog post touches on the various online email services that have attracted users in recent memory, and shares some surprises while panning back on the big picture of finally having a rival for Gmail.
“If you haven’t seen the new Outlook.com interface, well… let’s just say it looks an awful lot like Gmail’s. It’s clean and simple,” said Loposer in the post. “And right out of the gate, Outlook.com showed that Microsoft still has some buzz. Over a million users signed up for an Outlook.com inbox in the first 6 hours. That’s one reason that I think Outlook can rival Gmail. But there’s also another much more convincing reason.”
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