Whether its via word-of-mouth, Twitter or stunning campaigns, there’s no denying that customers like you have always been our best advocates. With this in mind, we’ve now made it much easier to tell your colleagues and clients all about Campaign Monitor, with the release of two executive summaries.
If you’re a designer, you can now print this skimmable, one-page summary for that special someone in your life. If you’re a reseller, you’re also in luck – with our editable white-label version, you can simply add your logo, tweak the colors and copy and blam! You’ve got an executive summary for your email service.
Both versions include a neatly-summarized list of reasons why your colleagues or clients should be using the app, without the geek-speak. There’s even nice screenshots of our reports! The executive summaries can both be found on the downloads section of our site.
Designers: Friends give friends Campaign Monitor
Is your company making the switch to Campaign Monitor? Or do you know someone who’s starting out with email marketing? Sometimes it’s hard to describe all the things that we do, so we’ve done the hard work for you!
By popular demand, we’ve created an email- & print- ready, boss-friendly PDF summary on how Campaign Monitor can help you and your folks send email campaigns. It’s only one-page long, professionally presented and lists most of our features in an easy-to-read format, so check it out.
Resellers: Most of your selling points in one handy document
Not wanting to leave our friendly resellers in the dark, we’ve zipped up all the files needed to create an executive summary for your email marketing service. Using Adobe InDesign and/or Photoshop, you can add your own logo, change the color scheme and customize the copy to your heart’s content.
This summary is entirely white-label, so while it shows off some of the nicer parts of the app, we still remain your ‘dirty little secret’. If you’re keen to find out more, or get your hands on a hand-out that you can give to your clients, friends and mom, download it now as an INDD for InDesign.
A big thanks to Jarrod for making these summaries so beautiful, plus everyone who sent in their suggestions as to what should be included. If there’s anything you would like to see tweaked or added to either version, feel free to let us know in the comments below.