A couple of questions.
Is there such a thing as isp-lists.com ?
Are there professional e-marketers to reach:
1. muncipal and state government people, i.e. MIS administrators and grant
2. college and university administrators
Thanks for telling me about the marketer listed below.
Do you think they are professional-reputable?
Do you think that using their resources will get a positive response or
would be alienating? Any experience with??
> However, there are some solutions!
> There are many ad-supported opt-in discussion lists, and some of those
> services might be able to put your ad (as a header or footer on list
> discussion email) on targeted opt-in discussion lists that have
> that include some of the people you are trying to reach.
> For instance, if you are trying to reach Internet professionals, you can
> have your ad appear on the ad-supported lists hosted at isp-lists.com (and
> a banner ad on the web archive pages of those lists), see the details at:
> Many of the egroups/yahoo groups lists are ad-supported. If there's an
> ad-supported opt-in discussion list there that would have some your target
> group as subscribers, you might be able to place ads JUST on those lists
> (targeted advertising) by contacting Yahoo:
RE: >Hi All--
> >All this discussion about the 'largest' mailing lists and being ethical
> >all --
> >I need to find rental or free mailing lists for e-marketing
> >Where can I find these services.
> >I need to reach professional development officers in colleges and
> >universities and nonprofits, school technology coordinators, municipal
> >directors and some other groups.
> >Know of any professional list renters?