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06/11/2015: spreading the word about your business has never been easier

With a major upgrade to the newsletter function, Webinthebox«site users can now get even more exposure for their latest information.

Information is now freely shared between the 'blog page, a newsletter page and a broadcast email template. The mailing function offers highly selective list management, with a final veto to remove individuals from recipient groups if you don't want to send them that particular newsletter. You can also send different parts of your newsletter to different groups to make sure that you get the most impact, with potential customers seeing only the most relevant items.

As an optional extra to the standard admin pages, this facility can be set up in a day, including importation of your existing database. After an hour's training, you will be sending out unique, personalised broadcast emails on your own stationery like a pro.

Call us on 0203 239 0350 or 07703 290243, or email for more details.

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