USA.NET’s Signs Ad Mail Customers

E-mail outsourcing company USA.NET signed Ad Mail agreements with the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, The Morning Call (Allentown, PA) and the Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville).

USA.NET Ad Mail is a classified advertising email program that adds Web-based email addresses to classified ads. Publishers can brand it and offer it to their customers as a value-added advertising option.

Ad Mail also provides an autoresponder feature for automatically sending a response to inquiries, as well as a forwarding feature, which enables advertisers to forward Ad Mail responses to their own private email inboxes for consolidated message management.

“Ad Mail enables readers to respond to classified ads from anywhere in the world, which helps increase reader response rates while offering newspapers a vehicle for increasing advertising revenues,” said John Street, president and CEO of USA.NET.

All three papers will present Ad Mail as a premium temporary email service to private-party and commercial advertisers in all major classified advertising categories.

Advertisers that subscribe to the Ad Mail service will be able to access their email through each paper’s Web site.

Web site visitors will also be able to email advertisers directly through these papers’ online classified sections via hot links to the advertisers’ temporary addresses.

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