Saturday, August 6, 2016

Email Notification Using Web API in ASP.NET MVC

Delivering your transactional and marketing email through one reliable platform.



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Email delivery service for sending Marketing Newsletters

This Email Service allow you to send emails from your asp.net application (webforms or mvc) with easy configuration steps, you can use it in the registration process to send emails to your users and customers or when you want to send automated newsletters
  1. First of all you need to get new API Key by registering & confirming your email in Zender
  2. In your Visual Studio project, Install the package from Nuget. This package will add a reference to Zender.Mail in your .NET application. Zender.Mail is the client library that is built to consume Zender Web API (Alternatively, you can also download and add the Zender.Mail.dll (1.0.0.0) reference manually): 
    PM> install-package Zender.Mail
  3. The code to send a new email:
    ZenderMessage message = new ZenderMessage("Your zender API Key");
    MailAddress from = new MailAddress("yourmail@example.com");
    MailAddress to = new MailAddress("tomail@example.com");
    message.From = from;
    message.To.Add(to);
    message.Subject = "Welcome!";
    message.Body = "<p><b>Lorem ipsum</b> dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.</p>";
    message.IsBodyHtml = true;
    message.SendMailAsync();

New Interface for Sending Automated Emails

Zender announced lately the new User Interface for sending marketing emails. Register today for free to start desiging your newsletters and contact lists to reach your customers and increase your conversions.
Within the first three months of using Zender’s Marketing tool, TestingMom.com increased its open rates by 17%, enhanced its delivery rate by 14%, and decreased its unsubscribe rate by 96%. McCurdy even estimates that about 40% of the brand’s conversions now come from email.