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Email marketing campaigns are customized, attractive emails that are sent to a specified group of contacts or to specific contacts for marketing purposes, such as soliciting donations, volunteers, or adoptions.  You can create these campaigns easily using our service, which allows you to customize your email with different colors, fonts, and even add a photo.

The best thing is, this service is completely free for up to 500 emails every month for as long as you'd like, as an un-timed trial.  If you love it, you can upgrade to a higher level of service at any time.

Here are some of the features of our email marketing service:

  • Create a professional looking campaign to send to a select list of your contacts
  • Send either text or HTML campaigns, including images or tables (you do not need to know HTML)
  • Add contacts from your contacts list or a CSV file
  • Add a sign-up "widget" (sign-up box) on your website for newsletters
  • Change the colors of the heading and body
  • Change text size and colors
  • Add a photo or logo to your heading
  • Schedule the emails to be sent at a specific time - or - at intervals, such as every Valentine's Day
  • Send your first 500 emails for free
  • Advanced reports - for each campaign, find out how many messages have been forwarded, and how many people unsubscribed using the link in the email
  • Ability for your readers to forward your message
  • Compliant with CANSPAM (messages include organization address and opt-out information, etc.)
    NOTE: The CANSPAM act is a law that sets rules for commercial emails. 
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You can find the Email Marketing Campaigns page by going to Services > Email Marketing: Campaigns.

Just starting with this service?  See the section, Create Your First Email Marketing Campaign.

Need help?  Send us a note at https://support.rescuegroups.org/

 

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