Constant Contact Inc. (CTCT), a maker of software that helps businesses with e-mail marketing, climbed the most in more than six years after increasing its sales forecast for the year.
Revenue this year will jump 16 percent to about $330 million, up from a previous forecast of more than 13 percent growth, the Waltham, Massachusetts-based company said yesterday while announcing preliminary first-quarter earnings. Chief Executive Officer Gail Goodman said the company is adding new customers and generating more revenue per client.
Constant Contact, which plans to announce full quarterly results on May 1, provides online marketing tools to more than 500,000 small organizations.
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