I’ve been asking Vertical Response and Constant Contact for some time, why they do not have a feature, like Feedblitz does, that converts RSS feeds into an email newsletter.
This is a huge time saver for those who blog and have an email newsletter. However, Constant Contact has launched a neat, new feature that enables their customers to archive their emails and enable them to be easily seen online as web pages.
I still think Constant Contact needs to have an RSS to email feature, but this email archive feature is a pretty good start. Now we just need more small businesses to use email marketing. With all the emails I get you’d think more businesses would use email. However, consider that Constant Contact has 150,000 or more customers, that means probably not more than 500,000 businesses have an email newsletter.
Check out the next Taste of Technology Small Business Series (http://www.smallbiztechnology.com/tasteoftechnology) event, “Beyond Web Sites and Email: Using Social Media to Grow Your Business”
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