e-blast

e-blast

(E-mail-BLAST) An email 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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Please be on the lookout for our weekly community e-blast which contains construction updates."
The e-blast also directs section members to the weekly criminal case law summaries prepared by executive council member Richard Polin.
Highlights and activities throughout a productive and pivotal 2018 included CRMCA and CPC's development of a complete web and social media presence, fueled by a marketing communications campaign with 10 press releases and 62 e-blast messages to architects, engineers, builders and contractors; Build with Strength awareness campaign; insulating concrete form promotion, anchored by 10 sessions for building officials and stakeholders; and, leadership in a transportation infrastructure funding push under the "Move CT Forward" banner.
* Crafted several joint membership e-blast campaigns, event pieces and membership campaigns, targeting new teachers, specific state members and ACTE event prospects
IBR previously offered a Tuesday real estate e-blast and a Thursday construction e-blast to readers who signed up for them individually.
* 1st CD GOP primary contenders Eddie Edwards and Andy Sanborn are usually the first to e-blast their reactions to items in the news, and even items that aren't in the news.
HandsOn has an e-blast reach of 1,200 subscribers, and Prevor always lists discounts with her site's featured events.
Now you know what each e-blast color combinations looks like and what subject matter the blast contains.
He partnered with a plastic surgeon, rented a ballroom, sent out an e-blast, and mailed flyers.
In the next e-blast or customer newsletter, ask customers to shoot a video about why they like the product or the brand and send the video in.
I just finished reading Gwen Moritz's Editor's Note in my noon e-blast. It is the appropriate place to voice an opinion.
The campaign included Save the Date postcard, invitation, sponsor packettes, social media campaign via Facebook, E-blast campaign, pull-up banners, event signage, posters, and even fun photography props at the event that allowed guests to pose with a "horse" or a "winner's circle rose horseshoe" while holding a "We Care About Keystone" sign (ensuring that even when these photos are shared with others, the Keystone name is clearly recognized).