How much does it cost?
Pay-as-you-go costs just $20 per email, plus 4 cents per recipient. Heavy users can purchase email credits at discounted rate.
I use a free mailing list program, why would I pay for one?
Free mailing list programs are fine and there are a lot of them. But we have found that you typically get what you pay for like clunkly user interfaces, limited functionality and no real guarantee as to whether your message was received or not.
With Digital Mail we pride ourselves on how easy it is to use our application, we have loaded the system up with all the features and functionality you need and we go above and beyond to make sure your messages get delivered. Give it a try and see for yourself.
How do I pay for my email campaigns?
We accept all major credit cards and you only pay when you go to send a message.
Average E-mail return on investment in 2008 was $ 45.65 for every dollar spent. - Direct Marketing Association
49.6% of online merchants maintain that email marketing performs better than other forms of marketing, including paid search, search engine optimization, direct mail and affiliate marketing. - Internet Retailer (2007)
Email marketing is a solid investment during downturn. - Marketing Sherpa
83% of surveyed marketing executives worldwide used email, ahead of display ads, paid search and online video. - The McKinsey Quarterly
33% of surveyed travel and tourism businesses said that driving repeat visitors is a major benefit of email marketing. - Constant Contact, Inc
83.2% of marketers surveyed chose email marketing as the most important advertising medium. - Datran Media Research