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Shop to Earn signs on with WrapMail

Shop to Earn/Shop to Earth has signed an agreement with WrapMail for a custom solution of WrapMail Lite for Shop to Earn distributors. Shop to Earn has about 150,000 distributors and growing rapidly, all existing and new distributors will be offered the WrapMail solution at a monthly charge (or discounted annual charge). This custom solution will have the following features:

* Complete web-based email system

* Custom Shop to Earn templates

* Individual customization where users can upload their own image, text and unique links to be implemented in the wrap

* Immediate Click tracking (Alert folder) and custom reporting

* POP3 and SMTP option so users can send/receive from email clients such as Outlook, Mac Mail, Cell phones etc

Every Shop to Earn distributor has a unique website and, like all professionals, send emails every day to clients, prospects, friends and family. Using WrapMail’s solution will glue together their unique website with these daily emails. The effect is that every email they send anyway now becomes part of their marketing, driving traffic to their website and giving valuable research as recipients click on various parts of the wrap.

Toshiba Business Solutions signs on with WrapMail

Toshiba Business Solutions (TBS) has today signed up with WrapMail to use WrapMail’s Enterprise Solution. WrapMail will install its propritary software in TBS’s datacenter and initially TBS will use WrapMail for 750 employees accross North America. The Enterprise solution includes the WrapMaker (Patent Pending) where TBS can make an unlimited amount of wraps (a “wrap” is a dynamic and interactive letterhead for regular emails) and further set rules as far as who will be using what wrap when, either individually, by department or rotation. Furthermore the solution includes full tracking of the interactive elements of the wraps by sender, recipient, subject and  timestamps. WrapMail Enterpise also includes a campaign module where TBS can upload email lists and send campaign style emails to a large audience. As with all WrapMail’s solutions nothing will be installed on any desktop/laptop computer or cell phone and no routines change as far as the senders are concerned. WrapMail’s solution is one where all emlements are embedded in the email itself (images and links) and thus these show up on the recipients end without images being blocked and having to be downloaded. WrapMail is compatible with Google Analytics.

Example of what a TBS wrap could look like:

Toshiba Business Solutions Florida wrap example

Toshiba Business Solutions Florida wrap example

Toshiba Business Solutions will now be able to take advantage of the facts that they have web pages and employees that send external emails every day anyway. WrapMail enables every email and every sender to become part of TBS’s marketing effort and the esitmated number of branding impressions for 750 senders is about 75,000 per month according to WrapMail’s statistics. Statistics further show that 5-10% of these emails will result in a click and thus a visit to a TBS web page. We all send emails every day, with WrapMail senders now inform the reciving audience via images, text and links of all the products and services the senders company has to offer.

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Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Founded: October 15, 2005

WrapMail helps companies “wrap” already existing email traffic that leaves from employees every day. All of these emails go to a captive audience (Vendors, Customers, Prospects and Friends/Family) but they do not promote the senders business…. Learn More

Why WrapMail?

• Make every employee a marketer

• Professional appearance

• Brand with every email

• Profiling & tracking

• Introduce new products and services

• Cross promote and up-sell

• Increase traffic to your website

• Instant surveys

• Ability to include 3rd party advertising

July 2020

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