Outsourcing E-mail Support ? A Direct Communication with Keys

The prominence of e-mail as a mode of business communication is soaring high especially it has become one of the most vibrant tools that has been helping the corporate brands to build a quick response with the clients and their customers. It has become a must for all of us and it is nearly impossible for any service industry to work without the inclusion of the e-mail support service.  

As a basic means of data transmission & CRM, companies in any business sectors have applied to this theory as a part of the non-voice call center requirements. E-mail support solutions is playing a great initiative in developing the eCRM program and really turned effective to link up the business relations at a personal level. A competent e-mail response support is decisive to any company’s brand building strategy. The basic factor it requires no infrastructural set-up and extra cost to develop the planning. The balance of work between peak and off-peak periods can be easily streamlined.

Therefore, the concept of outsourcing this valued service is responsible for the direct communication growth and focus on giving more time and efforts in their respective core competencies. In the meantime the reduction level of call volumes will be supported by a substantial deduction of the operating cost for voice support.

All these factors have ensured the growth of the company in the following manner:  

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Webmail.us Helps Customers Send Email Newsletters to Large Groups

BLACKSBURG, Va. (PRWEB) May 22, 2007

Webmail.us, a leading provider of email hosting services to more than 45,000 small, medium, and geographically dispersed businesses, today announced the launch of its email marketing service, a service that allows customers to send opt-in email newsletters to large groups. Email newsletters can be used to send vital communications to customers, subscribers, or others who wish to receive the communications.

By employing eight years of experience in the email services industry, Webmail.us has designed this service to help customers use email to communicate more effectively with large groups of recipients, achieve the highest possible delivery rates, easily manage email campaigns, and track the effectiveness of those campaigns. More importantly, customers are now able to communicate directly with large groups while remaining compliant with industry anti-spam regulations. In fact, the company recently joined the Email Sender and Provider Coalition (ESPC), a group that was formed to fight spam while protecting the delivery of legitimate email. “We are pleased that Webmail.us has joined ESPC and our mission to combat spam while protecting legitimate email by following best practices and adhering to emerging technology standards,” state James Campbell, Assistant Director of the ESPC, “and we look forward to working with them to promote these practices with other large senders and receivers.”

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Kovels.com Top 20 Antiques and Collectibles Searches for September 2014

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 10, 2014

Kovels’ Top 20 list is based on the results of hundreds of thousands of searches that took place on its website. Kovels.com has just released September’s Top 20 antiques and collectibles searches. During September 2104, collectors were looking for prices of: 1) Fenton, 2) Coca-Cola, 3) Occupied Japan, 4) McCoy, 5) Stoves, 6) Depression Glass, 7) Wedgwood, 8) Bavaria, 9) Dinnerware, 10) Delft, 11) Capo-Di-Monte, 12) Hull, 13) Pepsi Cola, 14) Lamps, 15) Banks, 16) Scales, 17) Satsuma, 18) Belleek, 19) Trunks, and 20) Lighters.

Antique trunks come and go, both in popularity and on Kovels’ Top 20 list – this month they’re at No. 19. Trunks have been made and used since medieval times. By the 1700s, they were being made of various woods covered with animal hides. Leather-covered trunks became popular in the late 1700s. As more people were on the move by the mid-1800s, fancy rounded “dome” top trunks became popular. Low, flat top or “steamer” trunks, designed to be easier to store during extended trips by steamboat or train, were in use by the late 1880s. It’s thought that a domed top trunk was preferred by the traveler who didn’t want other trunks or luggage to be stacked on top of it and that it would likely be one of the first to be taken off. Large wardrobe trunks were made to be stood on one end and opened, with hanging rods in one end and drawers in the other end. Smaller “packers” or “cabin” trunks were practical for shorter travel. By 1895, trunks were covered with canvas or decorated sheet metal and by 1925, they were covered with vulcanized fiber or undecorated metal. Collectors love them all and use them as coffee tables, storage chests or seats. The trunk pictured is a 17 by 16-in. hat trunk, made by Louis Vuitton about 1915. It sold for $ 2,091 at a New Orleans auction.

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