Bondware Web Solutions, located in Murfreesboro, has been providing websites and web hosting since 2001. They have recently wrapped up development on a new product that is intended to help small businesses grow their bottom line in a tough economy. With a local development team comprised of two MTSU graduates, and a Tennessee Tech graduate, Bondware Web Solutions feels their email marketing platform is poised for local and national growth.
Over 90% of small business plan on maintaining or growing their marketing budget to stay competitive in a tough economy. With a low cost of entry and an easy to use tool set, Connect by Bondware is perfectly suited to increase small business ROI. By using Connect, businesses can keep in touch with their customers with email newsletters, company highlights, and upcoming promotions.
Pete Adams, Vice President of Bondware Web Solutions says, “We have developed Connect with the small business owner or manager in mind. We are a small business ourselves in a competitive environment, and know the challenges other small businesses face on a day to day basis“. Connect allows small business owners and managers to easily set up mailing lists, send out email newsletters, and track their results. With the ability to extend their emails onto social media platforms like Facebook, and Twitter, small businesses have the ability to reach many more customers than that of just their mailing list.
Bondware Web Solutions wants to keep the core cost of their products very reasonable. Pricing for Connect is a full 60% lower than similar completion starting at $15 per month. With the ability to add a website for $9.95 a month, Bondware Web Solutions feels that most businesses can easily utilize their services.
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