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Benchmark Email Introduces Custom Email and Image Hosting Services
The image hosting feature lets clients upload their images and use them in their layouts, while the custom email service lets clients decide which address to use when sending email marketing campaigns.
Long Beach, CA (PRWEB) July 18, 2007 — Benchmark Email, one of the leading Web and permission-based email marketing services, has introduced two new features: image hosting and custom email addresses. With the image hosting feature, clients can upload their photos or company logos, store them online, and add them to their newsletters and email layouts. The new custom email element lets clients decide where their email or newsletters will originate from.
“These new features, image hosting and custom email addresses, are just two more solid additions to our robust set of online tools,” says Curt Keller, CEO of The Benchmark Internet Group. “Now clients can store their images online and drop them into their layouts or decide which email address they want customers to see when they send their email newsletters and campaigns.”
When Benchmark clients use the semi-custom email option, they can personalize their campaigns by creating an address that combines their company name and Benchmark’s email domain name. Benchmark’s custom email feature empowers clients to put their own company or personal email address in the “from” field when they send email marketing campaigns.
To use the semi-custom option, clients must pay a one-time fee of $29.95. For the custom option, clients pay a one-time fee of $34.95. The image-hosting feature, which includes online gallery storage, starts at $5 a month. All options are available with a paid plan. Benchmark’s email plans start at $9.95 a month.
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