Re: managing e-newsletter subscription lists
MIKE DRIEHORST WROTE:
> My company produces printed newsletters for several
> clients. In recent issues, we've asked recipients if
> they'd rather receive an electronic version of the
> newsletter. For those that reply yes, what are some
> listserv (is this right terminology?) programs that we
> should check out?
There are a number of email list management programs
out on the market right now. Each vary in terms of
price, capabilities, email volume requirements, user
friendliness and security among other things.
PC Magazine just ran an article on this subject of
email publishing in their February 22nd issue. Eight of
the top programs are reviewed and compared along
different criteria. The ones listed are worth
investigating as they will most likely be able to suit
your company's needs. They are: eGroups, EnvoyMail,
ListPlex, Microsoft bCentral's ListBot, PostMaster
General, SparkList, Topica and UnityMail Express.
Most programs offer a trial promotion or at the very
least a minimal start up cost so be sure to shop around
until you find the one that suits you best. Good luck
with your newsletter!
Received on Mon Feb 21 2000 - 19:02:31 CST
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