Leading email and social marketing firm iContact is launching a no-cost version of its flagship product that will better enable Web professionals, community organizations and small businesses without large budgets to communicate with their subscribers and fans via email, Facebook and Twitter.
The iContact Free Edition allows individuals and businesses with subscriber lists of 500 or less to manage a contact database, send out emails and social media messages, track the opens, clicks and social views and conduct surveys. Features of the free edition include the following:
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I thought this was an interesting chart. I was surprised to see the iphone to be gaining in this area.
With the addition of email client reports for all our customers, we took a step back and analyzed 6 months of data covering more than 250 million opens. The result – a birds eye view of email client popularity and usage trends over time.
Below is the email client market share as of March 2009. These numbers are not exclusive – some people used more than one email client during the month, and so that will register a vote for each client used.
|33.20%||Outlook 2000, 2003, Express|
|5.77%||Apple Mail 3|
|2.09%||Apple Mail 2|
|1.84%||Lotus Notes 6-7|
|1.54%||AOL Desktop 9.1|