JangoMail, an industry leader in permission-based email marketing, today announced powerful new features that allow customers to quickly create lists and issue segmented email campaigns that correspond directly with local events and tracked recipient behaviors as they occur.
These major service enhancements allow customers to segment their reporting data—including data contained in JangoMail’s Google Maps-driven geo targeting reports—and send on-the-fly email campaigns to segmented recipients with a single click in a highly localized, personalized, and timely way.
Customers can use segmented data derived from opens, clicks, unsubscribes, bounces and other reports to instantly:
- Send out new coupons to recipients who clicked on past deals but didn't purchase;
- Remind recipients of upcoming events if they opened the initial event announcement;
- Notify recipients within geographic areas of new store openings;
- Send sports-themed emails featuring teams and events local to recipient areas;
- Create weather, outdoor and other themed emails relevant to recipient geographies;
- And so much more.
“The sky is truly the limit in how email marketers can combine our tools and reporting data with their own creativity to deliver new opportunities and returns for their organizations,” said JangoMail CEO and Founder Ajay Goel. “We are constantly striving to support and inspire our customers with new service and reporting enhancements, which is why our permissions-based email marketing platform remains the most powerful, flexible and effective platform available today.”
JangoMail (jangomail.com) is an industry leader in permission-based email marketing. More than 1,800 organizations on six continents rely on JangoMail to successfully send personalized, targeted emails to their customers and prospects. JangoMail offers flexible pricing for all entrepreneurs and businesses as well as a growing number of unique features, including direct connectivity to customers' external databases. Customers include Nokia, the American Thyroid Association, NAACP, Logitech, Reuters, the New York Marathon and Wesleyan University. To learn more, visit the website or call 1-888-GO-JANGO.