Politemail Provides Email Measurement & Analytics Inside Outlook
Design Responsive Email, Send, Track and Measure Engagement Without Leaving Outlook!
Do Employees Even Read The Email You Send?
PoliteMail was invented to answer that question (because we never liked those rude read receipts either). PoliteMail also answers the questions that logically come after that, such as: “Which links did they click?” “Did they read my attached document?” And, “How do I send a follow-up to just those who need it?”
Email is the undeniable killer-app of the internet era. Despite every new communications invention, email is still here – and growing. Email access is a key feature of any smartphone. Email is a core component of any new social media network. Email is the simple, effective way we exchange information and documents. Email is how business people communicate. And Outlook is how business people utilize email.
But email can also be a bit of a black hole. Did they even get it? Did they click on any links? How do I know? Should I resend it? Perhaps that is why “But I didn’t get that email” is such a common excuse in business meetings.
The patent-pending PoliteMail tool enables marketing, sales and corporate communications departments to know if their Outlook email was received, opened or clicked. Unlike the hundreds of online email marketing services, the PoliteMail tool was developed as software directly integrated into the Outlook/Exchange platform. Which means you can track your regular, everyday Outlook business email, internal employee communications, as well as your marketing, sales and account management emails.
Only PoliteMail provides the ability to send authentic, personalized email to individuals, groups and distribution lists (including Active Directory lists) right from Outlook, with complete opt-out compliance built-in.
Accurately Reach All Employees or Groups
Easily Create Ad-hoc, Targeted Lists on the Fly
Save & Share Your Own Dynamic Lists
Measure Results by Employee Segment
“They were both (email campaigns) launched at the same time, and what was interesting was that the one crashed and burned, and the other took off.”
Featured Case Study
How does Microsoft Improve Employee Email Engagement?
Email measurement persuaded the software giant to cancel an email newsletter – but keep sending ‘popcorn email.’