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What is the Constant Contact Toolkit?
Gone are the days of working with multiple online marketing tools and single-point service providers when delivering your services to your clients. All of Constant Contact’s standalone products like Email Marketing, Social Campaigns, and EventSpot have been packaged together into one platform.
The Constant Contact Toolkit helps small business owners reach current customers and find new ones in all the places that matter: email, social, mobile, web and in-person, complete with integrated contact management and reporting.
The Constant Contact Toolkit is your single source for marketing campaigns, including:
- Sending email newsletters and announcements
- Collecting online feedback
- Promoting and managing events online
- Running offers, promotions, and donation drives through email or social media
The Toolkit also includes social sharing, support (by phone, online or email) from a super helpful and knowledgeable support team and real-time reporting insights that let you see what worked and what didn’t. And it’s all in one place — with the convenience of one login.
There are two plans to choose from:
Email only – £15+VAT per month – includes contact management, report and social sharing and up to 1GB image and file storage
RECOMMENDED: Email Plus – £30+VAT per month – as well as the above, you get autoresponders, events/registrations, offers/promotions, surveys/polls and 2GB image and file storage
The Small Print
The above prices are based on having up to 500 contacts. If you have more than 500 contacts you go up to the next price tier 501-2500 contacts Email only £25+VAT per month or Email Plus £40 per month.
PS Constant Contact is a tool that I love and recommend. It’s so good that I became a Core Certified Partner of Constant Contact, which means that if after your free trial you go on to subscribe to Constant Contact, I get a small kickback. Just wanted to be upfront and open about that.