You Can Be Part Of An AI-Powered Transformation Of The Email Marketing Space At 56 Cents Per Share


If you've ever been a part of a marketing brainstorming session, you know that each new page on the road to the Buy button kills conversions. People like to get everything done in one place without opening a new tab. The more hoops they have to jump through, the less likely they are to buy.  

This is especially true with the king of online promotions — email marketing. Hundreds of thousands of would-be purchases fall through every day because customers don't feel like exiting their inboxes. But what if they could purchase products right in the email? That simple maneuver could boost the sales for thousands of online brands, and you can invest in a startup that's making it happen

AppMail has successfully implemented this solution for leading consumer brands in the airline industry, such as All Nippon Airways (ANA), International Airlines Group (IAG) and LATAM Airlines. Instead of having to click on laggy airline websites, consumers can now book flights from their inbox. 

Far from being a one-trick pony, AppMail has plenty more to offer its $60 billion addressable market. The company also provides artificial intelligence (AI)-powered email creation solutions that can accomplish in seconds what 2 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with online shops have to pay for and wait for hours, days or even weeks to achieve. 

Its AI software scans, collects and analyzes stored data, then composes content from various sources. Using that information, it generates personalized email campaigns based on insights. 

The mid-market e-commerce and retail companies that AppMail targets pay freelancers approximately $2,500 per month to do that. AppMail does it at a fraction of the cost and at lightning speed. 

AppMail is set to disrupt the email marketing industry, and angel investors are beginning to notice. Jeff Hoffman, a seasoned entrepreneur and founder of, is an adviser, and JetBlue Ventures has invested in the company. 

Judging from the previous market events, AppMail can expect major paydays if it succeeds in its goals. Mailchimp was acquired for $12 billion in 2021. Its competitor SendGrid sold for $2 billion to Twilio, and in 2018, Salesforce Inc. bought Rebel, a startup that develops interactive email sequences for businesses. 

AppMail is valued at $13.02 million. It has raised more than $1.7 million through crowdfunding so far, but you can still invest in its growth at only 56 cents per share. 

Click here to invest in AppMail. 

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