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Campaign Monitor review (03 Apr 2006)
Although Campaign Monitor comes with quite a few features, itís possible to extend its functionality. The folks at Campaign Monitor have made several methods available for users to interact with their own applications.

Using the API makes it quite easy to integrate subscription to your lists via forms on your own site and with an existing customer relationship management (CRM) system. There is great support documentation explaining how to use the API and examples in both ASP.NET and PHP to get you started.
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