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  • Email Automation
  • Transactional Email
  • No charge for multiple users
  • Dynamic Content & Bar Codes
  • …and much, much more.
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Goolara Symphonie offers all the features you need at no additional cost

We've all encountered it: That email marketing software that sounds so good on paper, but as soon as you start using it, they start tacking on additional expenses. Features such as automation, dynamic content, transactional mailings, and A/B testing come pre-loaded in Symphonie at no extra charge. It also includes built-in Salesforce integration and an API that can handle anything you care to throw at it. To find out everything Symphonie can do, visit our Features section and see for yourself.

If your company requires several people to work on and sign off on mailings, you'll be happy to know we never charge for multiple users in the same office. No more sharing passwords and the risks that involves. If you are looking for enterprise-level email software that's both powerful and easy-to-use, Goolara Symphonie has it all, including multi-featured automation tools that let you create workflows for everything from drip campaigns to shopping cart abandonment programs. Contact us today for a demonstration. We're sure that once you see Symphonie in action, you'll wonder why you didn't make the switch sooner.

Email Marketing Resource Center: Articles, White Papers, and Guides

Collecting IP Address Information

New! IP addresses sometimes contain valuable geolocation information that can help you personalize your mailings, but is it legal? The answer, it turns out, it a bit complicated. What’s completely legal in one country will get you penalized in another. This article explains what IP addresses are and how they work. We look at the various laws around the world regarding collection and use of IP address information, along with our own best practice recommendations.
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A Look Back at the Year in Email

New! It’s time for our annual look back at the year in email. Every January we list the emails we thought were either very good or very bad. 2016 seemed to be a year full of CAN-Spam violations, with several emails missing the all-important physical addresses and unsunbscribe links. We also have a section devoted to subject lines, both good and bad. As always, we've thoroughly examined where the errors occurred, with an eye toward avoiding such mishaps in the future. If you are an email designer, you’ll want to read this article.
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Creating an Event-based Campaign

New! After some severe subscription bomb attacks in August 2016, spam blocking services such as Spamhaus started recommending CAPTCHAs as a component of the email signup process, but what does that mean to the email marketer? And how big a hassle is it to set one up? In this article we examine CAPTCHAs, how they work, some interesting new variations, and the latest trends to improve them. If you are not already using a CAPTCHA on your email signup, you probably should, and here's a good place to learn more about them.
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