e-blast

e-blast

(E-mail-BLAST) An e-mail message that is sent out to many recipients. If the volume is huge, and the recipients are random rather than targeted, an e-blast is no different than spam.
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The new logo will also be incorporated into other Auto Show entities including the World Traffic Safety Symposium and the Auto Show will immediately begin rolling out the new branding across its platforms, products and tools, including its website, tickets, and e-blast newsletters.
Starting with a blog, e-blast or newsletter is one of the simplest and most cost-effective methods for beginning a program.
They hope programs like the grant deadlines e-blast and portable dance floor rentals can continue through other institutions.
Consider the e-blast he sent out to GOPers the other day reminding recipients of his Sept.
Only a handful of merchants received the "Best of Groupon" distinction, and are identifiable to consumers with special badging on their Groupon deal pages and a special e-blast.
He worked as COO and CEO for the women's lifestyle e-blast and left after Comcast acquired it in 2008.
On the very day that the Democratic National Committee sent out a gleeful e-blast about the supposedly "stalled'' state of Republican outreach to Latinos -- "Majorities of Hispanics side with Democrats on issues like government spending and healthcare, which are ranked as their most important political concerns'' -- the Republican National Committee was announcing Hispanic field and state directors in California, Florida, New Jersey, New Mexico, Pennsylvania, Texas and Virginia.
High 5 Games was also named a finalist for the AGA Voice Award for 'Best Digital Direct Mail' of 2012 for 'The Slot Report,' its monthly e-blast to casino operators.
On Tuesday June 26, Hotelier Middle East received an e-blast from Anantara telling Facebook users to "simply click the 'Like' button to become an Anantara fan before July 15, 2012" to be entered into a draw for a chance to win a "holiday of a lifetime" to Bali.
A farmer e-blast and direct mail distribution immediately following regulatory approval.
To meet budgetary constraints, d'na made 70 percent of its fee pro bono, and designed volunteer T-shirts, a fundraising e-blast and the updated logo free of charge.
According to Robert Bach, chief economist at Grubb & Ellis in New York and a weekly provider of good news in a company-wide e-blast, last year, the market was depicted by a barbell with investors focusing on core properties in primary, supply constrained markets at one end, and distressed assets priced for a quick sale at the other end.