Having a fantastic website is only the beginning, you have to have customers visiting your website. In addition to the great SEO compliance, Sliced Bread helps with that by having some great inbuilt online marketing tools at your fingertips
Sending out an email to prospective or current customer might sound easy, but it is fraught with potential problems the least of which is the new Spam Act 2003 which came into affect on April 10 2003.
The Mailing List manager uses email credits so you can use a 'white listed' email server which has been approved by many of the world's top email services as being spam free.
This means that there is a higher probability of your mass email getting all the way through the ISP's spam filters.
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Web forms provide the most important functionality on a website, with the ability for your user's to complete an online form and have the details sent to a specific user within your organisation and a response sent to the user.
If the data does not need to be automatically entered into a database then the web form manager is an ideal cost effective solution.
You can have a form designed to your exact specifications and it can look exactly the same as the rest of your website!
Attach files to the email!
New in 2007, you can now allow users to upload a file and have it automatically emailed to you. This is great if you need users to upload notes, photographs, or other files to you via your website.
Files that can be uploaded:
downloading or opening files from the Internet can be hazardous and may contain viruses. Always scan a file before opening it with an up to date Virus Scanner.
Integration with Twitter
You can publish your twitter feed directly to your website as an additional content source.
Easy Integration with Social Media
You can easily add Social Media buttons to your site and Sliced Bread will automatically include the page title and link of the page with a really simple special tag.