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In the News

  • The Boston Globe (MA)

    The United States has a pretty big soccer game on its schedule today at the World Cup against global powerhouse Germany. The match’s outcome could determine whether the US’s World Cup bid remains alive, and it comes on the heels of a record TV rating in the Yanks’ Sunday night tilt against Portugal, so it figures to captivate the nation.

    The Boston Globe (MA)
  • Small Business Trends

    Do you have a startup that serves other small businesses with a product or service?  Would you like that startup to grow?

    Then you may be interested in applying to Constant Contact’s 4-month startup accelerator program.  The company’s “Small Business Innovation Program,” with a facility known as the Innovation Loft or InnoLoft, is designed to give a boost to help startups and entrepreneurs that serve other small businesses.

    Small Business Trends
  • Search Engine Land

    Many local businesses today are overwhelmed by the variety of local marketing choices available. Unlike the old days when a small handful of advertising outlets would cover the majority of your audience, the sheer volume of marketing options has seemingly flattened the reach of each advertising channel.

    Search Engine Land
  • BizReport

    This week two new offerings will set up small businesses with better data and targeting. First, Xero and Constant Contact are partnering for a small business option which financial details into Constant Contact accounts to deliver richer data and better targeting options for campaigns.

  • Destination CRM

    Constant Contact, a provider of marketing automation, and Xero, a provider of online accounting software, today announced a partnership that empowers small businesses to integrate their financial data with their Constant Contact account to develop intelligent, hyper-targeted marketing campaigns.

    Destination CRM
  • The Business Journals

    Why are companies willing to spend so much on email marketing? Email marketing has a great return on investment. Reports from The Direct Marketing Association (DMA) and Constant Contact suggest that for approximately every $1 spent on email marketing to existing customers, companies generate approximately $40 in sales.

    The Business Journals

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