Techcrunch’s Anthony Ha reports on Sendicate’s version 1.0 launch.
“Sendicate, a startup aiming to make it easy for businesses to create beautiful email newsletters, is moving out of beta testing today with the launch of version 1.0. In addition to removing the beta label, the company is launching an API, so that other products can integrate with the Sendicate service.”
I am proud for my work be recognized with two Webby Award Official Honoree accolades.
With over 11,000 entries received from over 60 countries it is a great honor to be amongst such inspiring companies that are changing the digital landscape.
From Sendicate’s Blog, Vote for Sendicate on The Pitch.
Twenty startups are part of Betabeat’s video series The Pitch, but there can be only one winner! Sendicate was fortunate enough to be asked to be part of the second season and we’re competing against some great NYC startups. The ten startups with the most votes will proceed to the next round with a chance to pitch VC’s and win a $10,000 prize.
If you’d like to see Sendicate be part of the video series then please vote for us over at Betabeat.
I am honoured to be featured in Liz Nickles brilliant new book, Brandstorm: Surviving and Thriving in the New Consumer-Led Marketplace.
Chad Jackson, cofounder of The 88, an award-winning, bleeding-edge digital marketing agency, notes, “Right now the brands we’re working with create a kind of authentic and interesting voice.” In this endeavor, Jackson notes, smaller brands can have an advantage.
Intuitive marketers like The 88 are leveraging the intersection of content, emotion, and authenticity as emerging, accelerating brand opportunities. The delivery system for the ability to imprint a brand at the exact moment of the keystone events of the human life experience, with real-life and real-time commentary and visibility, is one that is uniquely the province of the Web. In fact, the Internet is probably the only venue that consumers born in the past twenty years will proactively seek out as a content ventue that is only only crucial to, but embedded in, their lifestyle. The connective tissue of brands with birth, death, weddings, and everything in between is not ads, and not even marketing at ll, but the human connections.
There is nothing more powerful.
Sendicate makes its press debut with a feature by Paul Carr on Pando Daily.
“If the email newsletter were invented today, it’d be far, far easier to build a sexy looking HTML email. No code, not hacking of templates — just something as simple to use as Tumblr, which allows authors to drop in graphic and text elements into a pre-designed “theme”, like a child piling up building blocks.”