Dedicated Server Sandy Bridge to Savings

Take advantage of the Intel Sandy Bridge dedicated server special now underway at PingPipe.  Sandy Bridge is the next generation in high efficiency from the team at Intel, and PingPipe.com has  just launched promotional pricing that includes a E3-1230 Quad Core 3.2 Ghz processor, 12 GB DDR3 RAM, and 1TB SATA2 hard drive starting at  just $195 per month, with available discounts for up to an additional 10% in savings. There are a number of upgrades available including solid state hard drives, and there is never a setup charge on these dedicated servers.  For a limited time Sandy Bridge server savings are available at the PingPipe datacenter facilities in New York City, Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and Seattle. Surf over to PingPipe.com today for your Intel Sandy Bridge summer server savings.

Marketing Email Marketing

Everyone sees the value of email, and it is a fact that effective marketing can increase sales and help make any business successful. Email marketing can be an effective business tool, but somehow the balance seems to have tipped: it has become less about marketing and more about email. Ask the sales team at PingPipe or any other web host provider to tell you the last time that an Email Marketer has admitted to sending spam email; the fact is that when faced with a spam complaint most companies will not admit wrongdoing, and will say that they are legitimate Email Marketers that does not send spam email. Something has to be causing the increase in spam complaints though, All of that annoying spam email has to be coming from somewhere.  I think that we all can agree that receiving spam email  is an annoying waste of time. There has to be a point where a commercial email stops being email marketing and starts being email spam. That point in time is blatantly obvious to those of us who receive unsolicited email and oblivious to the people sending those messages. Before you begin using email marketing, there are a few useful things to remember: 1)  Commercial email should never be sent to people that do not ask to receive it. 2) Keep a record of the requests to be added to your marketing list (complete with IP addresses the requests were sent from. 3) Follow up requests to be added to your mailing list, and ask people to confirm that they indeed want to be added. (this is called a double opt-in) 4) If someone asks to be removed from your mailing list take them off it right away. 5) Quickly respond to any spam complaints. As long as you keep the above points in mind, you will find that Email marketing is a great tool to increase sales, keep in touch with your client base, and inform them about your products and services.