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Constant Contact Has Let Canadian Businesses Down! What Should You Do?

  I met Alan Hoffman of CE-Credits a few weeks ago. He had invited me to give a presentation on email marketing and Canada’s Anti-Spam Law in Ottawa in front of a group of financial planning professionals. Alan and his team provide continuing education for financial planners across Ontario, in-person or through webcast. Alan has […]

By | January 15th, 2018|CASL, Cyberimpact, Tips and tricks|0 Comments

4 Layout Mistakes to Avoid at All Costs When Sending Out Email Campaigns

  One might assume that writing an email and creating its design would be child’s play. As you may have noticed while planning your campaigns, sometimes it’s a little harder than you might have imagined. Nothing is more frustrating than spending hours in front of your computer screen trying to create your perfect layout, only […]

By | November 7th, 2017|Cyberimpact, Tips and tricks, Tutorials|0 Comments

Reasons Why Public Organizations in Canada Are Using Cyberimpact

  Although most Cyberimpact users are Canadian SMEs, we’ve recently noticed that many public organizations also use our email marketing solution to communicate with their members; government agencies, municipalities, public services such as libraries, and so on. We wanted to dig a little deeper to find out what motivated them to choose Cyberimpact over other […]

By | August 29th, 2017|Customer Relationship, Cyberimpact|0 Comments

New Cyberimpact Features for June 2017

  New Awesomeness in the Scenarios Section In the “Scenarios” section of Cyberimpact, you will find a new trigger called Search criteria. Use this trigger to target members that meet specific criteria and then automate a series of actions. We have used this trigger to create a scenario template called Express Consent Campaign – implied consent […]

By | June 28th, 2017|Cyberimpact, Features|0 Comments

Marketing Automation is Now Available to Cyberimpact Users

  During the last few months, the Cyberimpact team has been working extremely hard to add a very important piece to the platform. Today we are proud to announce the launch of our new marketing automation module. If you’re a Cyberimpact user, this is excellent news for you. Read the article to find out why. […]

By | May 16th, 2017|Cyberimpact, Features|0 Comments

Why Should You Use a Canadian Email Marketing Solution?

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is a very hot topic at the moment, and we better get used to it because it’s here to stay. We have to buckle down and play by the rules. CASL applies to any electronic message sent for commercial purposes, including, of course, email marketing. As a Canadian company or organization […]

By | April 12th, 2017|Cyberimpact, Off the record|0 Comments

Marketing Automation, From Cyberimpact to the Palm of Your Hand

Our programmers are currently working extremely hard to add yet another key component to the platform. If you are one of our many users, you will soon have access to a new module, that will make your email marketing efforts even more efficient than they already are. This new marketing automation module will be launched […]

By | February 28th, 2017|Cyberimpact, Features|0 Comments

In Canada, Cyberimpact or Mailchimp?

  I could give you my best used car salesman pitch. “Cyberimpact is the most user-friendly solution on the market,” “more bang for your buck”, “why not support a Canadian based company?” But I’m not here to do that. I do however want to shed some light on some very crucial details about doing email […]

By | February 24th, 2017|CASL, Cyberimpact, Tips and tricks|0 Comments

Conforming to CASL: it’s easy with Cyberimpact!

Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL), will take effect on July 1st, 2014. In terms of the new law, Cyberimpact is the perfect tool to simplify your life. This new law was created based on common sense. In short, one can only send promotional emails to a person who wants to receive them. This is called an express consent. Bill […]

By | January 30th, 2014|CASL, Cyberimpact|0 Comments

Question: why is my list refused for importation?

There are mainly two reasons for this: You are trying Cyberimpact for free and your list contains more than 100 members. Your list contains many suspicious email addresses and we think they may have originated from a purchased list. It may happen that we approve manually import if we believe that the system is wrong. […]

By | September 3rd, 2013|CASL, Cyberimpact, Features, Tips and tricks|0 Comments