Does a lack of time keep you from staying in touch with your adopters and supporters? Do you wish you had an easy and affordable way to craft and send newsletters? We have good news — now there’s a way to quickly put together great newsletters using great articles Adopt-a-Pet.com has already written for you along with your own content, and a great tool to send those newsletters out!
We’ve partnered with the animal-loving folks at MessageSherpa to provide you with an online service to make it quick and easy to communicate with your adopters, volunteers and supporters. By using the MessageSherpa service you can put together great email newsletters in just minutes, and even embed your adoptable pet photos and information with just a click. No time to write newsletter articles? No problem! Like we said, this tool give you access to hundreds of articles from the Adopt-a-Pet.com library, and you can insert them into your own email newsletters or bulletins with just a click. Sending regular newsletters is a great way to turn adopters into supporters (and vice-versa), turn supporters into volunteers and donors, and turn donors into repeat donors!
We’ve worked closely with MessageSherpa to make this tool super easy to use – and also to be able to offer you not only free setup AND free professional graphic design of your newsletter template (they can incorporate photos or your logo too), but also a “Forever Free Account” if you send under 500 emails a month! They are offering discounted plans for those of you who have more subscribers, too. We want you to know that Adopt-a-Pet.com does not benefit financially in any way: any subscription fees are paid directly to MessageSherpa. We partnered with MessageSherpa simply in order to give shelters and rescues a great tool to help you in the life-saving work you do.
You can try MessageSherpa for free (no credit card required) and send up to 500 emails each month for free too. Just fill out this simple form. If you have any questions, contact Chris Donley at Message Sherpa: firstname.lastname@example.org or callv(508) 524-2584.
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