COBRA is brought to you by ArcaMax Publishing Inc. For 18 years ArcaMax has built expertise in email newsletter production, distribution and monetization. Consistent requests by publishers to have ArcaMax “run” newsletters for them has led ArcaMax to develop the industry-first COBRA newsletter partnership program. Everything ArcaMax does for partners in the COBRA program mirrors the processes and strategies used on ArcaMax’s own audience development - so rest assured you are getting the best of the “best practices.”
About ArcaMax Publishing
ArcaMax Publishing has been publishing email newsletters since 1999. The publishing operation was originally a department with Arcamax, Inc., an ecommerce company selling primarily software. In July 2004, based on their success publishing newsletters, the publishing entity spun off to form a new corporation, ArcaMax Publishing, Inc. ArcaMax Publishing has been recognized six times in the Inc 5000 listing of fastest growing private companies in the country.
The company publishes content that is “family-friendly.” Most of the features are popular syndicated editorial brands, distributed under license from major syndicates such as Tribune Content Agency, Creators, King Features and Andrews McMeel Unversal. Titles include Garfield, Dear Abby, Wolfgang Puck, Drs. Oz and Roizen, and Billy Graham. The full content lineup can be seen at: https://www.arcamax.com/mediacenter/newsletters
• 240 newsletter titles • 3.2 million double-opted in subscribers • 500 million emails sent per month, including confirmations • Proprietary subscriber management system and ESP • Patent granted for sequential content by email • Acquiring 300-400K new users per month
ArcaMax Publishing’s servers are at a secure local data center. Ample bandwidth is provided by two different providers for redundancy. The company’s content is certified by Return Path’s Sender Score Certified program and its practices have been recognized in a variety of industry publications (for examples, see http://www.marketingsherpa.com/article/case-study/email-deliverability-double-opt-in# or http://feedfront.com/archives/article0010156).