Recognized for achieving exemplary marketing results

ExtendedOffice has received the 2011 All Star Award from Constant Contact®, Inc., the trusted marketing advisor to more than half a million small organizations worldwide. Each year, a select group of Constant Contact customers are honored with the All Star Award for their exemplary marketing results. ExtendedOffice’s results ranked among the top 10% of Constant Contact’s customer base.

“We’re happy to be recognized by Constant Contact for achieving strong marketing
results,” said Angie Schaefbauer, President and CEO at ExtendedOffice. “Constant
Contact’s tools have helped us provide streamlined communications and event
management services to our clients. A consistent look, feel and schedule for an
organization’s communications (including social media integration) is important
for member and customer engagement. By leveraging Constant Contact’s
‘one-stop-shop’ services of email marketing, event management and online
surveys, our clients have seen tremendous growth in their membership base and
increased attendance at their events.”

Constant Contact  customers using any combination of the company’s Email Marketing, Event  Marketing, and Online Survey tools are eligible for this award. Constant Contact  looked at the following criteria to select this year’s All Stars:
• Frequency of campaigns, events, and surveys
• Open, bounce, and click-through rates
• Event registration rates
• Survey completion rates
• Use of social  features
• Use of mailing list sign-up tools

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