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Constant Contact

Real Results Start with Email Marketing

Constant Contact is revolutionizing how small organizations reach their customers through affordable email marketing that has been proven to get results. The Constant Contact Toolkit makes it easy to create your marketing campaigns and then understand your audience’s response so you can plan your next marketing move. Constant Contact has a unique combination of online marketing tools and personalized coaching that will help you meet your business goals and build stronger relationships with your customers in today’s socially connected world.

Researchers at the Aberdeen Group agree that with Constant Contact, you will get higher response rates and pull in more revenue than with any other email service provider.

  • 60% higher click-through rates
  • 36% higher open rates
  • 29% more revenue generated

Features

  • You can design professional-looking emails in minutes with hundreds of professional, customizable, mobile-friendly templates which utilize drag-and-drop editing.
  • Grow your email list and manage your contacts with free list-building tools.
  • Store, organize, and maintain your email lists and customer information.
  • Segment lists so the right people get the right message.
  • Extend your reach and build your business with powerful social media integration.
  • Track your success with real-time reporting to monitor your opens, bounces, clicks, and more, making it easy to plan your next move.

Tiers

Constant Contact will grow with you! Accounts start at the base tier of 0 - 500 contacts and the tier will automatically adjust as your number of contacts changes. The account will renew at the highest tier your account reached during the previous month, based on the following tiers:

  • 0-500 Contacts
  • 501-2500 Contacts
  • 2501-5000 Contacts
  • 5001-10000 Contacts
  • 10001+ Contacts

Getting Started

You can sign up for a Constant Contact account from the product page by clicking the Constant Contact icon in the Upgrades section of your cPanel, or by following this link: https://my.FastDomain.com/hosting/constantcontact

Scroll to the bottom of the product page to select the domain you wish to send Constant Contact emails from. Read and agree to the terms and conditions before adding the service to your shopping cart.

Once purchased, your active Constant Contact account(s) will be listed at the top of the product page in your hosting account. It will show the domain name for your account, the renewal date, your renewal settings, and your current Contacts tier.

Sign In

Constant Contact uses a single sign on option (SSO), which means you will access your Constant Contact account from the product page in your hosting account. There is not a separate login for Constant Contact, and your FastDomain login will not work on their website.

Click "Sign In" to be redirected to your Constant Contact account. You will be asked to agree to their terms and conditions the first time you log in. Check the box and click "I Agree" to continue.

Renewal Settings

If you no longer wish to use Constant Contact, you can set the account to expire by unselecting the Autorenew checkbox. The account will then expire and be deactivated at the end of its current term.

Note: You will pay in advance for each Constant Contact term. Once you have paid for the term it is Non-Refundable.

An expired account can be restored at any time by going through the sign-up process again. The account will be reactivated as it was before, with all of your contacts and information intact.

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