Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Press Release: The Re-Imagined JangoMail.com Goes Live with Big Results

JangoMail.com has a new look that is earning widespread attention from its new and existing clients

DAYTON, Ohio-- JangoMail (www.jangomail.com), a trendsetting leader in permission-based email marketing, launched its all-new website this month. The new site features customized navigation and highlights features based upon their clients’ unique Marketing or Development needs, and is already seeing positive results.

“We designed the new JangoMail.com to focus on our ability to let our customers make the messages they want, their way,” says Ajay Goel, JangoMail President. “We built the navigation to help our dual audience of marketers and IT developers quickly find the features that they most desire,” he added. “And it’s working very, very well.”

The website’s client list seems to be equally enthusiastic about the new look and function. The average number of page visits per user on JangoMail.com has increased 59% since re-launch. JangoMail.com’s bounce rate is half of what it was prior to re-launch, and the average time on site has doubled.

The site’s new look and function focuses to create a clearer path to the large variety of features offered at JangoMail. Based upon a user’s role as either a Marketer or Developer, they can much more easily navigate the website to locate specific tools and features relevant to exactly how they need to utilize JangoMail as their email marketing service. The interface is more efficient, customized and presents a dedicated service to each of these unique groups of clientele.

The JangoMail.com site also boasts a new mascot in the form of the eye-catching, “Jack the Jangolope” throughout their website and marketing outreach. “If your email needs to be a rabbit with antlers, we won’t try to force you into picking either the cute bunny model or the antelope model. Get exactly what you want with our extreme customization,” says Goel. “Jack represents evolved email made your way every time.”

About JangoMail
JangoMail leads the permission-based email marketing industry, offering services for transactional and marketing emails. Over 4,000 organizations on six continents rely on JangoMail and its transactional service JangoSMTP to stay in touch with their customers and prospects. JangoMail offers flexible pricing and unique features for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes and industries. Customers include Washington Gas Energy Services, the Children's Hospital of Atlanta, New York Road Runners, Spirit of America, the San Jose Police Department, and Reuters. To learn more, call 1-888-GO-JANGO or go to https://www.jangomail.com/ and http://www.jangosmtp.com/.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

The new JangoMail.com is live!

Our new JangoMail website is truly all about YOU.

Since we started out, it’s been our only mission to do what we do best – by listening to you, our customers. We’ve always asked for input, feedback, and for you to be brutally honest about what we can do better. And when you responded, our design team went straight to work.

The result is a JangoMail.com that’s easier to read and navigate … featuring more comprehensive data about our growing list of intuitive features. The snappy, new color scheme is pretty neat, too.

JangoMail now features your very own customized, segmented content area, too. Whether you’re a Marketing or Brand pro who wants an off-the-shelf solution, or a Developer or IT guru looking to get your hands on some raw code.  You’ll find everything you need to know to make the most of your email marketing.

Plus, we’ll show you the popular features your peers are using right now. (And you might want to take advantage of, too.)

Who is Jack the Jangolope? Like the now confirmed existence of our new mascot, JangoMail has proven that myth can really become reality when it comes to the once unattainable tools for highly successful email marketing. In other words, if our customers can dream it – our team will do its very best to create a tool, technology or feature they need to succeed.

Like our new homepage asks: Are you ready to make your email marketing the stuff of legends? Take a look around. Let us now what you think. Contact us if you have any questions. We may be taking a few minutes to catch our breath after working on our new website. But, you’d better believe we’ll still be on the lookout for your continued feedback to keep making JangoMail the best if can be for you.

Special thanks to our JangoMail development team for making our new website a reality!

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Welcome, New Year. Here are some new features

Happy New Year! You may have heard in the last post that some big additions are on the way to welcome you into the new year.

That will just be the start for 2013. We're on course to bring you many new things to revolutionize the way you do email marketing. We thought we'd kick off the new year by letting you know about a couple of new features we released that you can begin enjoying now.

Journaling Addresses

We added a feature to JangoMail that we call "Journaling Addresses." These are email addresses you can add to your account that will receive a receipt (copy) of every outgoing email that is sent through the relay, our website, or with the API. With journaling addresses, keeping an accurate history of all outgoing communications for internal audit purposes couldn't be more simple.

To add Journaling Addresses to your account:

Go to Settings --> Authoring --> Journaling Addresses.

Add your journaling addresses. Make sure to specify if the journaling address should apply for your broadcast sending, your transactional sending, or both.

Journaling Addresses receive a copy of every email that is transmitted with all headers intact in the way they were originally crafted by you before initiating the send. For example, if you sent an email to a recipient with 4 cc's and 4 bcc's, you will see all of these recipients under the proper heading (to/cc/bcc) in the email sent to the journaling address, so you can have a real, traceable audit of all emails that were sent.

Note: For now, we have a hard limit of 5 journaling addresses that you can use for broadcast sending. This could change in the future, especially with your request.

Multiple CC and BCC Addresses

We made some modifications to how bcc and cc's work. Plain and simple, we added the capability for you to specify multiple cc's and bcc's in your email via the SendTransactionalEmail API Method, the SendMassEmail API Method, the web interface at JangoMail.com, or even with transactional email passed through the relay--And we made sure that they're displayed exactly how you want them displayed for every end-recipient.

To add cc and bcc addresses with an email on the JangoMail website:

Simply separate multiple addresses in the CC and BCC fields with a comma.

To add cc and bcc addresses with the SendTransactionalEmail or SendMassEmail API methods:

Specify cc's and bcc's via the "option" string parameter. Use a comma between each option (cc and bcc) and a semicolon between each email address, as in this example:


See the SendTransactionalEmail help page and the SendMassEmail help page for more information. 

To add cc and bcc addresses via the transactional relay:

Compose your email normally with your email client, via your website, or your web application, specifying the cc/bcc addresses as you normally would. Send your email via the relay server at relay.jangosmtp.net as you normally would, and leave the rest up to us.

Limit of 5 Addresses

For now, we have a hard limit of 5 cc and 5 bcc addresses that you can specify for all broadcast mail (not including transactional mail or mail sent with the SendTransactionalEmail API method). This limit could be increased in the future especially with your request.

Keep Your Eyes Peeled

Watch out for our new friend, Jack the Jangolope who will be making his public appearance shortly as our new mascot. As we look forward to the many new advances the new year will bring, we thank you for being our loyal customers.