Unlike the tech-savvy millennial market, most US-based salespeople are older and don’t gravitate towards “feature stuffed” complicated software products.
The need for simplicity is driving the buying behavior of sales professionals who demand easy-to-use software.
How can sales professionals make more sales by getting the most from their inbox?
MailTag helps you make more sales, in less time.
And, we integrate our software into existing workflows, so you’re not starting from scratch.
In other words, we’re building our application on top of Gmail’s interface, not creating “the next Gmail”.
How it works:
With real-time email tracking, you can know what happens after you click send.
Make your emails arrive at the perfect time, every time.
Simply write your email now, and send it later.
Never send another manual follow-up ever again.
MailTag generates recurring revenue through premium subscriptions.
Sales performance software is on track to be a 26.6 billion market by 2021.
In 2018, Google reported an incredible 1.5 billion (and counting) active Gmail users, which grew by 100 million from 2017. Yahoo and Outlook also reported a consistent increase in active monthly user growth.
MailTag’s thoughtful focus on product simplicity and features provides unique market advantages.
To date, the company has not raised outside funding and has instead chosen to reinvest all profits into growth.
The company has personally been fully financed by the founder with over $250,000 personally invested.
There are three major growth opportunities ahead for MailTag.
With this round of funding, we plan to:
Currently, MailTag is exclusively available to Chrome browser users.
Expansion of browser compatibility will include: Firefox, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer, Vivaldi, and other major browsers.
Currently, MailTag is exclusively available to Gmail/G-Suite users.
Expansion compatibility will include: Outlook, Yahoo, and other major email service providers.
Currently, MailTag is exclusively available to English speaking users.
With this round of funding, we plan to translate our product into all major languages, and begin hiring international support agents, enabling us to enter new markets.
Alex launched PowerTV, a YouTube network, in October of 2014 at 16 years-old during his sophomore year of high school. With less than $20 of startup capital, Alex bootstrapped the company over a 3.5 year period to $10MM+ in sales, selling in a private transaction to LA-based talent management agency ScaleLab in 2017. To date, Edson has personally self-funded MailTag ($250K invested) and is the sole shareholder.
Hrishikesh is our lead developer with over 13 years of computer programming experience, in charge of leading our 6-person product engineering team in Pune, India.
Goutham is a sought-after world-renowned designer. Goutham is MailTag’s lead designer who oversees our product’s experience.
Dear Future Investor,
Thank you so much for investing the time to learn more about MailTag.
Just 24 months ago, I started this company with the intention of revolutionizing the sales software industry. Fast forward to today, and our progress towards this goal has been nothing short of unparalleled.
Never in a million years would I have imagined that our service would be used by Fortune 100 companies and over 600 paying enterprise clients worldwide.
Walking the walk.
I believe in what we’re doing so much that I’ve personally invested a quarter of a million of my own money to launch the company.
We plan to use every penny from this crowdfunded raise to accelerate our mission to become the world’s greatest (and largest) sales software company.
We’re building the next Salesforce and we hope you will join us for the ride.
Looking forward to having you onboard,
Founder & CEO of MailTag
The smallest investment amount that MailTag is accepting.
MailTag needs to reach their minimum funding goal before
the deadline. If they don’t, all investments will be refunded.
The Crowd SAFE is an agreement for future equity in the startup,
meaning that it can convert to equity in the future.
The Crowd SAFE is an agreement for future equity in the startup, meaning that it can convert to equity in the future.
$25,000 – $1,070,000
MailTag needs to raise
before the deadline. The maximum amount MailTag is willing
to raise is $1.07M.
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