Adélie Studios, a provider of animated marketing videos and tutorial animations, has received the 2010 All Star Award from Constant Contact®, Inc., the trusted marketing advisor to more than 400,000 small organizations worldwide. Adélie Studios is one of Constant Contact’s 2010 top business partners and most prolific user of its tools, whether within Constant Contact’s email marketing, event marketing, social media marketing or survey products – or a combination of all four.

“We’re pleased to be recognized by Constant Contact for helping our customers achieve higher click through rates through integrating video into our customers email marketing strategy,” said Eric Guerin, owner of Adélie Studios. “Our customers utilizing email marketing with video were able to garner a response rate that was on average 10x higher than direct mail and nearly double their click through rate when video content was included. Constant Contact’s services played a big part in helping our customers achieve those engagement goals.”

Constant Contact looked at criteria including the following when selecting this year’s All Stars:

  • Frequency of campaigns, events and surveys
  • Open, bounce and click through rates
  • Usage of social features
  • Mailing list sign up tools
  • Use of reporting tools

“We work hard to listen to our customers, and we use that feedback to create products and services designed to help them better engage with their customers and prospects,” said Gail Goodman, chairman, president and CEO of Constant Contact. “The Constant Contact All Star Awards are our way of recognizing our customers that have successfully used Constant Contact to market their companies. We have some of the most committed, passionate customers out there and we’re proud we can be a part of their continued success.”

 

Eric Guerin is the founder of Adelie Studios. He chooses to use his creative powers for good and not evil by helping businesses to better market themselves using animated marketing videos. He can easily be bribed with coffee. Read more of Eric’s posts