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TMCNet:  Mad Mimi Expands Free Plan to 2,500 Contacts

[December 12, 2012]

Mad Mimi Expands Free Plan to 2,500 Contacts

New York, NY, Dec 12, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- Mad Mimi's free plan level now accommodates up to 2,500 contacts, up from 100 contacts. This new freemium model aims to open the door for more small businesses to utilize Mad Mimi for their email marketing.

Mad Mimi's email newsletter platform launched in 2008 as an alternative to other industry players by focusing almost exclusively on small businesses who were using email marketing for the first time. From the outset, the Mad Mimi vision was to provide a simple, thoughtfully designed product backed by loving customer support. Today, with over 140,000 customers, Mad Mimi announces this change as a next step to encourage more small businesses to get online through email newsletters.

"Earlier this year, we launched an entirely rebuilt edition of the Mad Mimi platform that added over 250 new features and completely upgraded the product from end to end. Our hope in dramatically expanding our free offering is to get more businesses excited about email. The fact that it's free makes it easier to think about starting an email newsletter strategy," said founder and CEO Gary Levitt.

This announcement comes on the heels of several new integrations with great companies like Salesforce, Etsy, Highrise, Batchbook, Viewbix, and more.

Engage with the new plan by signing up for Mad Mimi at https://www.madmimi.com.

Every day, over 40 million attractive emails are sent, shared and tracked using Mad Mimi by small businesses like Davina Studios, Inc. As a family photographer and blogger, Davina uses Mad Mimi to send monthly newsletters and a series of emails to connect with her clients and encourage family togetherness.

Check out Mad Mimi's gallery and see what other small businesses are doing with their email newsletters.

Keep in touch by following @madmimi on Twitter, checking in on Facebook and keeping up with the Mad Mimi blog. For design ideas peruse Mad Mimi's Pinterest page.

About Mad Mimi Mad Mimi is an email marketing and newsletter service founded in 2008 by Gary Levitt, with the goal of providing a simple and elegant way to create, send, and track beautiful html email newsletters and promotions. With a unique, template-free approach to email creation and fanatical customer support, Mad Mimi is trusted by more than 100,000 businesses including, Air Canada, TimBuk2, and StumbleUpon. Mad Mimi is a privately held company and is headquartered in New York, NY.

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