PRLog (Press Release)
- Jun. 21, 2012 -
Benchmark Email, the world’s leading, do-it-yourself email marketing service for small business, has introduced a Ruby wrapper to its wrapper library. Programmers and developers can now drop the Ruby Wrapper into their code, giving them all the parameters they need, including network connections, to use Ruby to work with Benchmark Email’s API.
“We want to give developers every avenue to use our API, and adding a Ruby Wrapper gives Ruby users an easy way to do this,” says Curt Keller, CEO of Benchmark Email (http://www.benchmarkemail.com/
). “The wrapper can be downloaded off our site, helping developers quickly start working with the API.”
Benchmark Email’s wrapper collection includes Java, Perl, .Net, and other programming languages. All downloadable Benchmark Email wrappers can be found at http://www.benchmarkemail.com/API/Download
Benchmark Email offers paid plans starting at $9.95, giving clients all the tools they need to create, edit, send and track email newsletters. Monthly plans include email list building and management tools, more than 400 templates, social media integration and sophisticated reports that include opens, link clicks and more. Users can sign up for a free 30-day trial at http://www.benchmarkemail.com/Register
About Benchmark Email
Benchmark Email (http://www.benchmarkemail.com/)
is the world's first truly global email marketing service, with award-winning, Web-based bulk email tools in Spanish, German, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Italian, Mandarin and English. As the #1 do-it-yourself email service for businesses of all sizes, Benchmark Email offers the most flexible, user-friendly and affordable tools for sending and tracking email newsletters from the Web, desktops, smartphones and tablets. With an extremely diverse client base ranging from small businesses to nonprofit organizations, and a customer service team that's seen as the best in the business, Benchmark boasts thousands of loyal, satisfied customers in America, Asia, Europe and beyond.