Firm Adds Behavioral Targeting E-mail

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JangoMail, an e-mail software firm in Dayton, OH, added "Behavioral Targeting," which allows e-mail senders to segment lists based on recipients' past behavior.

Senders can segment lists based on whether or not recipients opened an e-mail, clicked on links, forwarded an e-mail, visited the marketer's Web site or made a purchase on a Web site.

JangoMail added the service because more e-mail marketers are adopting personalization and segmentation practices and moving away from "batch blasting" e-mails to their entire list, according to Ajay Goel, president of JangoMail.

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