[Video] Announcing a Top Requested Feature: Multi-User

Have you ever wished you could let someone else log in to your Constant Contact account without having to hand over full control? Well, now you can. We’re pleased to announce multi-user! This new feature gives users their own unique login that prevents them from accessing billing information, adding and…

[Recorded Webinar] Opt-In Canada

In this recording you’ll learn all about the law and its implications for you as a small business or nonprofit organization. Our Regional Development Directors, Lisa Kember and Guy Steeves, hosted a live discussion with special guest Shaun Brown, a Canadian lawyer and expert on CASL. Shaun speaks and writes…

How to Fix Unwanted Facebook Typos…And Other Hot Topics

Facebook is finally making it easier to fix unwanted typos on your Facebook Page. With the new “Edit Post” feature, Facebook will give users the ability to make changes within the text of a post after it is published. Previously, users could edit their own comments, but there was no…

Using Constant Contact to Manage Rolling Memberships

If you run a small business or nonprofit organization, you’re probably all too familiar with using Excel to manage your customer contact and membership information. While Excel is certainly a great tool, it’s not always the most effective way to keep things organized. This was a reality I faced with…

Get Down to Business: Make a PLAN for Success

Editor’s note: This post comes from our Constant Contact UK office. You can view all the posts from our UK team here. Or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Are you one of those people who, when told to make a plan, feels your heart sink? Are you worried that planning will restrict what…

[Webinar] Opt-in Canada! What You Need to Know About the CASL Legislation

The Canadian Government passed the Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) in December 2010 to establish a regulatory framework for permission-based marketing, including email marketing, social media marketing, text, and other electronic messaging. Government regulators (Industry Canada and the CRTC) are still working to finalize the regulations, but the date of implementation…