These references and resources provide information about email clients,
list hosting, participation and marketing, newsletter promotion and
newsgroup participation and marketing.
Webmaster T's Reviewed Resources and References:
Free Email Addresses
fine resource provided by Edwin Hayward. Over 1100 places to get free email
addresses. This site is well thought out making it easy to find exactly what you
require from these services.
Great site with links to
spam filters and information on spam and its consequences.
This is a
different view on UCE that I do agree with to some extent. Most of the
antispammers would like to see the internet return to the old pre-commerce days
of the net.
Lists and Ezine/Newsletters Info
Finding Optin Lists
Information on lists and how
to promote them. Also a good list of lists indexed into categories. This is also
a good place to promote a newsletter.
A comprehensive list of mailing lists that is searchable.
A good list of mail lists that are
good for promotion.
A list of opt-in
lists which are the only real way to find good prospects for marketing.
Post Master Direct
I get some
advertising email from this organization they are a great resource for opt-in
I'm not familiar with them but
there was a good recommendation in another list.
advertising without spamming!
30,000 lists are listed including
a search engine and a great utility that enables you to participate anonymously.
This is a great way to participate if you don't have or can't get a free account
to participate in newsgroups.
If you're looking for niche
newsgroups to work this is one of the best search facilities available.
A complete tutorial on how to create a mail list. Excellent tutorial
because the way it is set up it is almost totally automated with a minimum of
CGI programming. Uses the mail program to full advantage.
This one is a free host
however, you must qualify.
A totally free mailing list
center. If you use one of these freehosts be sure to stay on top of your list
management. In othern words think seriously about backing up your list of
article about listserv hosting options and participation. Follow some of the
suggested links for some good information on various hosting software such as
accept announcements of new E-mail mailing lists which are sent to new-list@LISTSERV.NODAK.EDU as
long as they conform to the criteria.
The link is
tosubscribe to Net-Happenings . Include the words "subscribe net-happenings" in
the message area. An example of the proper format for submissions to
NET-HAPPENINGS follows in reply to your mail.
John Labovitz's E-zine
Jim Wilson passed this one along in the Virtual Promote Gazette and
suggested that marketers and promoters that don't watch these and their
competitors sites is missing the boat on loads of useful information. As usual
he's right on!!
Lots of listings and a service
for finding people to swap ads with