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Constant Contact®, Inc. helps small businesses, associations, and nonprofits connect with their customers, clients, and members. Launched in 1998, Constant Contact champions the needs of small organizations and provides them with an easy and affordable way to build successful, lasting customer relationships.

Constant Contact's leading email marketing, online survey and event marketing tools—supported by its expert personal coaching and support—help all types of small businesses and organizations create professional-looking email newsletters and insightful online surveys and begin a dialogue with their customers. Today, more than 500,000 customers worldwide trust Constant Contact to help them connect with their audience.

With Constant Contact, small organizations have access to the latest industry information and education to help them learn email marketing and online survey best practices. Plus, they benefit from Constant Contact's high email deliverability rates due to strong partnerships with ISPs, a no-tolerance spam policy, and a leadership role in organizations such as the ESPC (Email Sender and Provider Coalition).

Headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, with offices in Waltham, MA; Loveland, CO; Delray Beach, FL; San Francisco, CA and New York, NY, Constant Contact was ranked number 249 on Deloitte's 2012 Technology Fast 500.

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Apr 23, 2014
New Constant Contact Study Links Multi-Channel Marketing to Small Business Success

Apr 17, 2014
Constant Contact Announces Date for First Quarter 2014 Financial Results

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May 1, 2014
Constant Contact First Quarter 2014 Earnings Results
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