Some people prefer not to upload their list of clients to a third party, because of privacy concerns
Ann Arbor, MI (PRWEB) March 04, 2013
When people receive a message like "Dear Friend. As one of my most trusted friends I wanted to ask you..." they immediately think "Right. How many people did this person sent this to?"
Since regular mail software is not made for mass-mailings, senders usually put their contacts on the BCC, and have no way to personalize the message. These messages don't look genuine, and are ineffective.
Meet Pocket Campaign for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. When a user sends a mail blast with Pocket Campaign, each person will see only his or her name and email address. So Paul will get a message like "Dear Paul. As I know you have been very involved in marketing, I wanted to ask your opinion on..." - Personalized mass-mailings are very effective.
"If you know about MailChimp, or Constant Contact, you get the idea of Pocket Campaign. If you have thousands of emails to send, these services are the right solution for you. Some people, however, don't want to pay monthly fees for those services, perhaps because they don't send a lot of emails per month, or their lists are small. Some people prefer not to upload their list of clients to a third party, because of privacy concerns." said Juan-Carlos Mendez, a director with BG4US.
About BG4US Mobile Software Studio:
BG4US is a mobile software development studio that uses the latest cutting-edge technology to provide value added solutions to increase their client's and partner’s revenue streams, while offering delightful features for their customers to appreciate