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LaurenF243
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Is there a way to use one Constant Contact subscription to support multiple companies emails campaigns? Or does each company have to have their own subscription?

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William_A
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Hello @LaurenF243 ,

 

While it is technically possible to have multiple companies use a single account, we generally don't recommend it for a number of reasons. Some of these include:

  • potential for contact list cross-contamination, accidental sendouts, and mass unsubs/spam reports
  • having to change the legally-required physical address regularly between emails
  • having to change the From and Reply-To addresses regularly

My recommendation would be to potentially look at the Partner program, to maintain a master account with the various companies as separate accounts beneath it. This will allow those other companies to maintain their own lists, campaigns, library files, legally-required physical addresses, verified email addresses and users, etc. Having a free master account would also work toward your benefit by allowing you to create templates within it, then distribute them as needed into the sub-accounts.

 

For more info on the Partner program, feel free to peruse this page and select a type most in line with how your organization / business structure would work. You can apply for the program through this form, which will allow a Partner onboarding specialist to reach out and provide some more specific insight regarding your setup and needs.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support

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William_A
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Hello @LaurenF243 ,

 

While it is technically possible to have multiple companies use a single account, we generally don't recommend it for a number of reasons. Some of these include:

  • potential for contact list cross-contamination, accidental sendouts, and mass unsubs/spam reports
  • having to change the legally-required physical address regularly between emails
  • having to change the From and Reply-To addresses regularly

My recommendation would be to potentially look at the Partner program, to maintain a master account with the various companies as separate accounts beneath it. This will allow those other companies to maintain their own lists, campaigns, library files, legally-required physical addresses, verified email addresses and users, etc. Having a free master account would also work toward your benefit by allowing you to create templates within it, then distribute them as needed into the sub-accounts.

 

For more info on the Partner program, feel free to peruse this page and select a type most in line with how your organization / business structure would work. You can apply for the program through this form, which will allow a Partner onboarding specialist to reach out and provide some more specific insight regarding your setup and needs.


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
HaleyS1
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Is there a subscription option for designers who don't have company email accounts with their clients? And also have their own business email list...

William_A
Administrator
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Hello @HaleyS1 ,

 

As mentioned in my reply from 2020, you can check out our Partner program to see if that would fulfill your needs of being able to have your own account and work within your clients' accounts. Otherwise, if your plan is to have just one account for multiple companies, the first half of my response still applies - it's technically possible, but frankly not recommended or easily maintained.

 

Additionally, with the 2024 changes to Google and Yahoo's authentication requirements, it will also negatively affect the delivery of emails overall to be trying to send as multiple separate companies under a single account. 


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William A
Community & Social Media Support
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