Site Info - Exacttarget.com
Overview of web technologies used by Exacttarget.com.
Email Marketing and Cross Channel Marketing | ExactTargetExactTarget is the preferred targeted email marketing provider for Fortune 500 enterprises and Small Businesses offering software for email marketing, mobile marketing, social media marketing and web personalization.
Description on Homepage
Develops software for creating, targeting, tracking, and managing email campaigns.
Description from Alexa
21 February 2000
Number 7,530 of all websites according to Alexa
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