Email marketing service provider StreamSend has introduced a private label offering, providing marketing agencies and resellers the ability to apply their own branding on the email and social media platform and a big opportunity to increase revenue.
Those leveraging the private label version will have control over pricing, can offer self-service or full-service management, develop their own templates (or choose which StreamSend templates to offer), and have access to several advanced features including triggered emails, segmentation, retargeting, video-in-email and more. The white label offering also provides each account a private IP address and access to the StreamSend API at no cost.
"Agencies and resellers gain their own email marketing and social media platform - with the most easy-to-use interface in the industry," said Dan Forootan, president of StreamSend Email Marketing. "If you are already offering digital marketing services, StreamSend Private Label is an easy way to provide your clients with an additional, valuable service offering under your brand. Here are seven ways it works."
As the Editor-in-Chief of Website Magazine and President of Website Services, Peter has established himself as a prominent figure in the digital marketing industry. With a wealth of experience and knowledge, Peter has been a driving force in shaping the landscape of digital marketing. His leadership in creating innovative and targeted marketing campaigns has helped numerous businesses achieve their revenue growth goals. Under his direction, Website Magazine has become a trusted source of information and insights for digital marketers worldwide. As President of Website Services, Peter oversees a team of talented professionals who specialize in SEO/SEM, email marketing, social media, and digital advertising. Through his hands-on approach, he ensures that his team delivers exceptional results to their clients. With a passion for digital marketing, Peter is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest industry trends and technologies, making him a sought-after thought leader in the field.