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Constant Contact introduced the first email marketing tool for small businesses, nonprofits, and associations in 1998. Today, the company helps more than 650,000 customers worldwide find marketing success through the only all-in-one online marketing platform for small organizations. Anchored by our world-class email marketing tool, Constant Contact helps small businesses drive repeat business and find new customers. It features multi-channel marketing campaigns (newsletters/announcements, offers/promotions, online listings, events/registration, and feedback) combined with shared content, contacts, and reporting; free award-winning coaching and product support; and integrations with critical business tools – all from a single login. The company’s extensive network of educators, consultants/resellers, technology providers, franchises, and national associations offer further support to help small organizations succeed and grow. Through its Innovation Loft, Constant Contact is fueling the next generation of small business technology. Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, the company was known as Roving Software Incorporated until the name was changed to Constant Contact, Inc. in 2006.


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Sep 8, 2015
Constant Contact to Present at the Deutsche Bank 2015 Technology Conference

Aug 25, 2015
Subscriber Email Domain and Industry are Major Factors in Email Open Rates, According to New Constant Contact Study

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Jul 23, 2015
Constant Contact Second Quarter 2015 Earnings Results
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