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Zookoda For Sale

I swear I must be mildly dyslexic, as I always thought it was Zoodoka, but the popular e-mail RSS feed service Zookoda is for sale.

First off you need to know more about what Zookoda is:

Zookoda is a leading email marketing solution specifically designed for bloggers. Zookoda enables blog owners to proactively drive traffic back to their sites by delivering blog newsletters and promotions to the vistor’s inbox.

Zookoda differentiates itself from popular “rss-to-email” delivery services like FeedBurner and FeedBlitz by offering bloggers a complete email marketing solution.

I use this service for one of my sites, and it works great. Sometimes I don’t post enough to get the e-mail to run, but that is my own fault. I have not had any problems with the service, and people like Darren Rowse use it and swear by it.

So Why Sell?

Good question! As a 2 person company we have taken Zookoda as far as we can as an isolated product. To realise its full potential Zookoda needs to join a much larger family with synergistic products that help drive exposure and users. Since launch Zookoda has been free and has helped many a blog publisher build enduring relationships with their audience and increase page views, traffic and advertising dollars. There are many organisations who would benefit from having Zookoda in their product mix, now is your time to take a look under the hood and get in touch.

Check out their sales page on their site. Be fast though, as you only have until October 6th to express your interest.

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  1. Randy Charles Morin says: 9/25/2006

    A very common mistake. I subscribe to a blog search feed for both spellings.

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