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    Posted November 26, 2012 by
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    New Bridge Plugin For Email Servers Is Like Your Own Personal Inbox Assistant!

     
    It's 7:30am, you just sat down at your desk with a steaming cup of coffee, and your computer is firing up for another day of "kicking-a** and taking names". Life is good as a hungry professional.

    Now comes the daunting task of tackling the first, most important item on your list: who to follow up with first? It's never easy to prioritize and there are no tools to help you track the interest in your emails.

    Until now.....

    ContactMonkey, creators of the popular downloadable business card of the same name, have launched the Bridge email plugin for Gmail and Outlook which bridges the gap between sent and replied-to email.

    Using a real-time analytic tool within Bridge, you're able to track who has opened your emails, how many times they have opened it, from what email client, and of course, their location. The best part, is that these statistics are injected right into your Gmail and Outlook sent mail, and are
    subtly accessible when needed.

    One of the best features of Bridge is that it works in tandem with popular Chrome plugins like Rapportive. And at $4.99 per month, after a 14 day free trial, the tool quickly becomes second nature that is hard to live without.

    Learn more about the Bridge Plugin for Gmail and Outlook via ContactMonkey.com

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