Tools That Rule: Free Email Marketing Account for Non-Profits & Ministries

Kenny Jahng —  2011/03/29 — 4 Comments

Email is still the killer app in terms of marketing communications tools.

While everyone is going crazy about social media, email marketing is the good old standby that works well if you know how to work it well. But which email list building service should you be using?

Constant Contact, iContact, Aweber, MailChimp all are popular and widely used. But there’s one more option that I am highlighting that non-profits and ministries in particular might want to take notice of.

Why? Because this email vendor has released a non-profit version of their commercial email marketing services and a price that is non-profit friendly — $0.00.

That’s right! A full access account that’s priced at. . .  free.

There’s only one limitation with this offer, but for the majority of ministries and service organizations that qualify of this free email service account, it won’t be a factor at all.

Here’s a video where I walk through some parts of their website including the application page so you can see what I’m talking about:

Tools That Rule Links:

QUESTION: What email service is your organization using right now? How often do you send out emails to your list(s)? Would it be helpful to learn more about using email list building and marketing more efficiently and effectively?

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4 responses to Tools That Rule: Free Email Marketing Account for Non-Profits & Ministries

  1. Wow! Great news…mostly we've only ever used the free accounts like gmail, yahoo, hotmail, etc… It's great that there is now another option.

  2. Christine,  Glad to see your excitement about this new resource for non-profits!  What non-profit or ministry are you associated with?  And would you be willing to report back your experiences with this program?

  3. what about new ministries that have not yet incorporated?

    • unfortunately, this offer is for organizations that have set unready. I would recommend mailchip or amber for a ministry that is just starting out.KJ

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