sendunlimitedemail.com.com, the email hosting company we’ve been working with for the last year, decided to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment. We’re just a few steps away from becoming the default email provider for the 1.2 billion people who use email today, and you can help us get there. This naturally led to the question, \”Hey, can I pay with Bitcoin?\” We decided to accept Bitcoin as a means of showing our customers that we believe in this new technology and are willing to learn more about it. But we also decided to accept Bitcoin as a means of showing our competitors that we are accepting this new technology and are open to the future.
We’ve seen the power of email marketing. It’s the highest-performing marketing channel for our customers, generating more revenue for them than any other marketing channel. But our customers also told us that email was too expensive to use. They wanted to buy email services with Bitcoin, but the options just didn’t exist.
We’re in the email marketing business, after all. We send emails to build relationships, to sell, and to stay in touch. Bitcoin makes it easier than ever to send email blasts to thousands or millions of people at once. It’s a small step in the right direction for our business, but it’s one that we hope will set us apart and encourage other email marketers to learn more about this exciting new technology.
We’ve been investing in our email marketing operations for the past year, and one of the best ways to make sure we can keep delivering high-quality results to our customers is to increase our sales. Selling more is going to allow us to improve our margins, hire more employees, and invest in new technologies to make our email marketing better for our customers. We’ve been overwhelmed by the response from our customers and the Bitcoin community so far. We’ve seen a lot of interest from our competitors, and we expect that to continue.
We’ve seen the power of email marketing first-hand. When we launched Send SUE, our email marketing service, we knew it would increase our email list. But we weren’t prepared for the response from our first campaign. We saw orders spike, signups increase, and revenue grow over 50% in just a few days.