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Old 05-20-2009, 05:28 AM   #1
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Default Email Marketing Packages

I have a web site client who wants an Email marketing package, and she wants it right away. I am in the uncomfortable position of having to tell her that she can't have it today. Also any package she selects will take weeks or months to get the whole membership list functioning, because every company that does this requires an affirmative response from the member before more Email can be sent.

Here are two examples of such packages:
For $19.95 per month, for less than 500 members on list.

For $15.00 per month, for less than 501 members on list,
And $30.00 per month, for 501-2500 members on list.

Please provide me with any more examples that you have used and would rate as satisfactory. Also, please confirm my observation that sending out a newsletter immediately (today!) is not possible with such packages. Beyond that, most ISPs do not allow you to send out hundreds of emails at one time.

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