[teknoids] Free/low cost e-mail list services

Sparks, Michael Michael.Sparks at law.lsu.edu
Tue Jul 31 14:06:04 EDT 2012

I was about to suggest Mailchimp as well. Or even TinyLetter.com I've never used TinyLetter but it looks great for less-heavily formatted email distributions. Owned by MailChimp.
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Elmer Masters <emasters at cali.org> wrote:

It sounds like a job for Mailchimp. We use Mailchimp to manage our
newsletters and it works well. There is a pretty good free plan,
http://mailchimp.com/pricing/free/, and the pay plans are really


On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 1:46 PM, Jonathan Ezor <jezor at tourolaw.edu> wrote:
> Elmer,
> I appreciate the question. I see this as a broadcast newsletter rather than discussion list, putting out both updates to the discussion in the book and announcements of new relevant law. Purely opt-in, and probably a sales booster rather than problem for the publisher. {Jonathan}

Elmer R. Masters
Director of Internet Development
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
emasters at cali.org    773-332-7508
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