search cancel – We Simplify Communication iContact provides web-based software that improves the efficiency of marketing communication for businesses and organizations. Its flagship product iContact is an email marketing service that allows businesses to easily create, send, and track permission-based email newsletters and surveys.


iContact gives you the power to manage all your multi-channel emarketing communications in one simple, central, and on-demand web-based tool that allows you to take advantage of every possible opportunity to get your message through to your desired audience. iContact offers good benefits: it’s ease to use, interesting features like RSS feeds, surveying, autoresponders, and list segmentation, are included at no extra charge and the price is also tempting, subscriptions start at just $9.95 per month. In Their Own Words

“With over 12,297 customers, iContact is a leading on-demand email marketing service. iContact allows organizations of all sizes to easily create, send, and track email newsletters, RSS feeds, surveys, and autoresponders. We’ve officially taken up the mission to simplify email marketing. Our new software has been designed from the ground up to give you all the hard-hitting features you’ve come to love while still making it easy enough for anyone to use. iContact is the most affordably priced email marketing software in the business. We even include valuable add-ons like a survey tool and an autoresponder—free with your subscription.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

iContact allows businesses to build stronger relationships with their customers and prospects at a lower cost of traditional marketing methods. It seems very affordable even for small businesses. It’s fast and easy to use. With a prepared email document ready to go, you can easily complete a mailing in less than five minutes.

Some Questions About

Will iContact become market leader in email marketing software? Will they be able to compete with a wide number of software companies offering similar services? How are they going to deal with a growing number of free software?


Author : Bill Webb

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