The leading on-demand email marketing service with over 100,000 users worldwide – iContact.com, recently launched an unparalleled feature called iContact Community.
The new feature allows users to leave comments, rank and discuss newsletters which makes email interactive and allow subscriber discussions about any email content. The iContact community also allows email marketers to create their profile, archive their posts and newsletters, add tags or categorize their entries on their blogs while getting their content indexed by Google. Simply put, in a Digg-like model, the more interesting the content published , the more likely it will get noticed thus, gaining votes from visitors and eventually get more exposure and more subscribers. Furthermore, the highest ranked content in each category will show up on the community home page. All community content as well as the community profile will be indexed by Google and the major search engines, allowing publishers to get more visitors and subscribers.
It’s very interesting to note that visitors to the iContact Community can vote on their favorite , comment , view the top ranked content within each of the 18 categories like entertainment, politics, and travel, create a public profile, discuss topics that interest them in forums, and find new publishers who are creating email newsletters, RSS feeds, and blogs about topics that interests them the most. It must be awesome to be able to vote on a newsletter that has great content and see it move up in its category.
With it’s unprecedented success, the iContact Community already has over 120,000 registered members and 212,000 pieces of content three days after launch. One can check a video that will explain everything in details at the community home page.
Should one wish to publish email newsletters to the iContact Community to help grow one’s list and easily reach subscribers with very good inbox deliverability, one can sign up for a free trial of iContact at iContact.com. iContact starts at just $9.95 per month. Service is provided to both small businesses and large Fortune 500 companies like International Paper, Remax, Ford, CBS, Symantec, and AT&T.
Oh, and by the way, one will easily find email newsletters and blogs that one might be interested in at the iContact Community at community.iContact.com. You’ll find the site easy to use and the design is very user friendly. This is simply email marketing at it’s best. Check it out!