I opened my account with Trafficwave in April 2012 and it is one of the most important tools in my online marketing toolkit. That’s why I have made it one of my top five programs.
Trafficwave is an AutoResponder service that enables Internet businesses to build mailing lists and communicate with subscribers via email newsletters.
You can write a series of email letters, load them into an autoresponder and schedule them to go out to subscribers as a series of newsletters of a period of a few days, weeks or even months from the day they subscribe. Each new subscriber receives the same email series starting from the day they subscribe to your list.
You can also send out “broadcast” mailings, which are “one off” messages to the whole list at the same time. Broadcast mailings can be used to promote time-sensitive special offers. You can send them instantly, or schedule them to go out at a later date.
You can invite people to opt in to your list with a Trafficwave subscription form embedded into your blog or landing page. Simply copying the form code from your back office. Subscription forms can be customized to look and feel like a seamless part of your web site.
You can add as many fields as you want to your opt-in form. Most forms simply require subscribers to enter their name and email information, but you can request other information to target and segment your subscribers as wide or narrow as you want.
Trafficwave has a built-in tracking service, so you can check your Open Rates and Clickthrough Rates. See exactly how many of your messages are actually being opened by your subscribers and which links they are clicking on in the body of your emails.
You can run one autoresponder mailing list or 500. You can have fifty Subscribers or 50,000. There is no limit with Trafficwave.
Most companies charge you more as your list grows. The more successful you are at building your lists, the more money THEY make! TrafficWave.net charges a low monthly flat rate of $17.95 for unlimited campaigns and unlimited subscribers per campaign!