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Constant Contact Named One of the Top 10 Winners in Small Business Technology Magazine's Product of the Year Awards

January 17, 2006 - Waltham, MA

Constant Contact today announced that Small Business Technology Magazine is naming its email marketing service as one of the top 10 winning technology products for small businesses in 2005. Constant Contact (www.constantcontact.com) is the leading email marketing service for small businesses, associations and nonprofits. The winners will be part of a special Winter issue featuring the 2005 Product of the Year Awards and 2006 Buyer's Guide - Small Business Technology Magazine's salute to the innovative technology solutions that are boosting the productivity and profitability of America's small enterprises. The special issue launches later in January - details are available at http://www.sbtechnologymagazine.org.

"Today, over 50,000 small businesses, associations, and nonprofits utilize our email marketing service to stay in touch with customers, build relationships with prospects, and increase sales," said Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact. "We strive to provide an easy-to-use and effective service for our customers, and being named as a top ten winner affirms that commitment. The ability to help small businesses deliver professional-looking customer communications easily and cost-effectively is a key driver of our passion and growth."

"Small businesses embody the spirit of opportunism, innovation and passion, and these awards reflect our commitment to advocating on their behalf for world-class information technology solutions that are perfectly suited to meet their unique needs, " said Andrea Peiro, CEO of the Small Business Technology Institute and publisher of Small Business Technology Magazine. "The 2005 Small Business Technology Magazine Product of the Year inductees represent the outstanding technology solutions that are advancing this entrepreneurial spirit and helping small business owners realize their dreams."
Special Issue to Highlight Technology Solutions that Help America's Small Companies Succeed

Constant Contact today announced that Small Business Technology Magazine is naming its email marketing service as one of the top 10 winning technology products for small businesses in 2005. Constant Contact (www.constantcontact.com) is the leading email marketing service for small businesses, associations and nonprofits. The winners will be part of a special Winter issue featuring the 2005 Product of the Year Awards and 2006 Buyer's Guide - Small Business Technology Magazine's salute to the innovative technology solutions that are boosting the productivity and profitability of America's small enterprises. The special issue launches later in January - details are available at http://www.sbtechnologymagazine.org.

"Today, over 50,000 small businesses, associations, and nonprofits utilize our email marketing service to stay in touch with customers, build relationships with prospects, and increase sales," said Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact. "We strive to provide an easy-to-use and effective service for our customers, and being named as a top ten winner affirms that commitment. The ability to help small businesses deliver professional-looking customer communications easily and cost-effectively is a key driver of our passion and growth."

"Small businesses embody the spirit of opportunism, innovation and passion, and these awards reflect our commitment to advocating on their behalf for world-class information technology solutions that are perfectly suited to meet their unique needs, " said Andrea Peiro, CEO of the Small Business Technology Institute and publisher of Small Business Technology Magazine. "The 2005 Small Business Technology Magazine Product of the Year inductees represent the outstanding technology solutions that are advancing this entrepreneurial spirit and helping small business owners realize their dreams."

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