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White Label Email and Social Media Marketing

Posted on 5.17.2015

Email marketing service provider StreamSend is offering a white label version of its email marketing and social media platform to agencies and resellers.

The white label solution, dubbed StreamSend Private Label, is fully customizable and enables users to set individual pricing, offer self-service or full-service accounts, configure account users with varied permission levels and add a logo to the footer of client emails if desired. In addition, template libraries are customizable, enabling users to offer StreamSend mobile-optimized templates, upload their own designs or offer clients a combination of both. Plus, users can offer different templates to different clients.

“We understand the need to protect brand integrity while enhancing its power to build relationships across email and social channels,” said Dan Forootan, president of StreamSend Email Marketing. “StreamSend Private Label lets agencies and resellers fully customize our platform with their logo and customized URL. When your clients log into their accounts, they will see your logo and your URL - not ours.”

It is also important to note that Private Label users have access to pre-designed email templates, landing pages and Facebook tabs for various marketing initiatives. All materials are customizable with drag-and-drop functionality to add logos, change imagery and add marketing copy. The Private Label solution also offers smart message delivery options that let users create a campaign once and deliver it across channels, as well as advanced marketing features, including triggered emails, advanced segmentation, retargeting, video-in-email, dynamic content and more.

StreamSend Private Label features a centralized dashboard that allows users to manage all client accounts, campaigns, reporting and invoicing. Each Private Label account also comes with a private IP address, access to StreamSend’s API and a dedicated account manager.


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