Tuesday, 4 August 2020

New Email Newsletter Promises Expats Deals and Advice

Reach506.com was launched over the weekend, with the aim of reaching thousands English speaking expats in Costa Rica with a daily email-newsletter with a daily deal, advice and information.

cropped-Reach506.com-email-marketing-newsletter-costa-ricaThrough the website www.reach506.com the service helps local business promote their business in Costa Rica to the English speaking community.

“Personal subscription management is only one click to opt-out if desired in the future, we play nice with our friends, and we don’t like unsolicited emails either”, says the website, promosing easy un-subscribing to the newsletter.

And subscribig is easy, just put in your email – no need for name, rank and serial number – and after confirming the email (the confirmation is to eliminate spammers and false emails), you’re all set.

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And Reach506 is using Mailchimp, a group of developers, designers and professiona problem solvers that are out to make MailChimp the best email–marketing service in the universe.l

And best of all, its FREE!

The first mailing went out Sunday night, welcoming subscribers to the list and promoting “The Whiskey Bar and Grill”, which most, if you are like me, didn’t know is now where the Moto Psycho bar in Santa Ana was previously.

And if you have a business or service, reaching a huge audience in Costa Rica has never been easier, they send one email per day to their opt-in email database, subscribers stay in the know, and businesses benefit with low cost high impact email marketing. Sweet.

Reache506 promises that their content will not be boring or spammy, hand picking “cool Costa Rican businesses” to send information about. Quality content is their aim.

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