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Subject:

There's an email list for this ... and for that, too

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Susan Brown Faghani <[log in to unmask]>

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EmailRules Community <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 1 Jun 2012 22:23:10 +0200

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Dear EmailRules Community,

People subscribe to different email lists for different reasons. And many subscribe to multiple lists, motivated by perceived benefits, a limited sampling of which may include:

- Getting professional tips and information
- Accessing support with products or services that they use
- Saving money through special offers from favorite retailers
- Supporting a cause
- Discussing health, lifestyle and parenting issues
- Enjoying a particular activity or hobby

Whether subscribing to a library science professional association's email newsletter, a discussion list for parents of children with cerebral palsy, an announcement list for university alumni local events, or an email community of runners, subscribers and prospective subscribers seek content that's relevant to their lives.

Did you know that there's a tool to find a LISTSERV® email list on just about any topic you can imagine?

L-Soft's CataList database indexes tens of thousands of public LISTSERV® email lists. Just click "Search," enter your topic of choice  and see what you find:

http://www.lsoft.com/catalist.html

And keep in mind that searching the archives of email lists gives access to a rich source of information -- both for list members and even for one-time research on a question.

Enjoy discovering new email lists, and remember, in addition to relevant content, the respect and trust earned through opt-in best practices, are the foundation of outstanding email lists that attract and retain subscribers.

Best Regards,
Susan Brown Faghani, L-Soft Marketing

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