JContact for iContact

JoomlaShack has partnered with IContact to develop J!Contact, a simple way to integrate the registration process of Joomla, Community Builder and SMF into IntelliContact.

J!Contact is an integration of Joomla and IContact. With over 10,000 customers, IContact is a leading on-demand email marketing service. IContact allows organizations of all sizes to easily create, send, and track email newsletters, RSS feeds, surveys, and autoresponders.

 

J!Contact solves the two biggest problem of Joomla newsletters, CAN-SPAM compliance and larger lists. If you have larger lists, you need the specialized deliverability features of a hosted solution. However, this can lead to problems with making sure users stay unsubscribed to comply with the CAN-SPAM act. We have solved this problem through the IContact API. When users register on a Joomla site, or through Community Builder or SMF, they will be added to an IContact list as defined in the configuration. If a user unsubscribes, they are permanently added to IContact’s unsubscribe list and will NEVER get any future emails.

*By filling in and submitting the form below you are agreeing to receive communications from Joomlashack and it’s parent company Meritage Assets. We do not share your information with any other companies. We send emails roughly once a week. In these emails we will tell you about our new product launches as well as current discounts and special offers.

If you do not want to receive our tips, tricks, discounts & special offers, you can unsubscribe from our email list at any time.

 

 

Features

  • Mail-merge Personalization
  • Forward-to-a-Friend
  • SpamCheck
  • Bounce-back Handling
  • WYSIWYG Newsletter Editor
  • Message Scheduling
  • Assured CAN-SPAM Compliance
  • Open and Clickthrough Tracking
  • Subscription Management
  • Over 300 Templates Included
  • List Segmentation
  • Multiple Message Autoresponder
  • Integrated Surveying
  • Advanced Analytics
  • Event Management
  • Industry Leading Deliverability
  • Public Newsletter Archives

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