Why us?

Swiftmails is full-featured and easy to use Email Marketing Web Application that lets you send high-volume marketing emails to your Prospects and Clients

Low costs

Our free plan allows users to send 12,000 emails per month for up to 2,000 subscribers.One of the most obvious advantages of email marketing is its lower cost compared to mainstream marketing channels.

Reach a global audience

Swiftmails lets you instantly send a message to thousands of people across the world? Sure, social media can help you spread the word amongst a global audience – but there's no telling who's actually reading your content. This can allow for much higher conversion rates as a business is only targeting those who already have an interest in their brand.

Deliver targeted messages

If you have only an offer on in certain areas of the country, Swiftmails can easily arrange for emails to be sent only to those living in certain areas. If there is a sale on sports goods, it can be arranged for only those who have shown an interest in sports to receive an email.

Drive revenue

Swiftmails is great for taking advantage of impulse buying. There aren't many other marketing platforms which allow customers to go from witnessing an offer to purchasing an item within two clicks of a button. With a tempting call to action and a link straight to the checkout, email newsletters can drive sales like no other channel.

Easy to measure

The key benefit of Swiftmails is that it's easy to see where you're going wrong because SwiftMails will allow you to track open, click-through and conversion rates, making it simple to spot how a campaign can be improved.

Instant Result

Due to the immediacy of Swiftmails, a business can start seeing results within minutes of its emails being sent. A 24-hour sale is a brilliant marketing ploy that can be utilised by email, as it creates a sense of urgency and convinces subscribers to take immediate action. Businesses typically have to wait weeks until they see sales come in as a result of print or broadcast campaigns and, even then, how can they be sure what was responsible for the purchase?