Goodmail extends its partnerships

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Experian's e-mail services firm, CheetahMail, marketing services firm Epsilon, and Acxiom Digital, the integrated digital marketing services division of Acxiom Corp., have all expanded their partnerships with Goodmail Systems Inc. Goodmail's CertifiedEmail will be available to all qualified clients of the three companies.
Under terms of the partnerships, the e-mail service providers will offer complimentary CertifiedEmail to customers at participating Internet service providers through the end of 2008. If a client qualifies with Goodmail's accreditation process, they earn free tokens to send CertifiedEmail for the next 18 months.
"This is an extremely good deal for our customers," said Matthew Seeley, president of Experian Digital, New York. "We are always looking for new opportunities to better serve our clients, and the partnership with Goodmail will provide a good service."
CertifiedEmail is an identifiable e-mail available to senders with good e-mail practices and low complaint rates. The e-mail messages are marked with a blue ribbon envelope icon to consumers who have opted in to receive communications.
The addition of Goodmail's CertifiedEmail program expands the list of deliverability services available to CheetahMail, Acxiom Digital and Epsilon clients.
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