My Free Autoresponder

by Kathy George Accounting Professional, Affiliate Marketing & Ani
How many Free Autoresponders have you found on the net? I found only one that's real and it works. Listwire is in Beta and for now it's FREE. Check it out today!
Recommended Features
  • Free autoresponder
  • Includes Detailed Instructions
  • Unlimited Broadcasts
  • Unlimited Followups
  • Unlimited Prospects
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Review on My Free Autoresponder

The Listwire Autoresponder is absolutely, 100% free. I did not know how to use an autoresponder until I joined the free Beta version autoresponder at Listwire. The detailed instructions helped me to learn exactly what to do to get the results I expected from an autoresponder. I love using it and my list is growing with the prospects that I'm getting from Listwire. They even show my ad to their prospects who are looking for opportunities to join. The management of Listwire wants users' input and they are happy to incorporate suggestions to make this one of the best autoresponders around. The best part is that it is FREE, because it's in Beta. Join now and check it out for yourself.

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About Kathy George Advanced     Accounting Professional, Affiliate Marketing & Ani

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Joined APSense since, June 8th, 2010, From United States.

Created on Dec 8th 2010 12:54. Viewed 1,232 times.


Anginetta W. Committed   International Marketing Consultant
this is a great tool to build a list
Dec 8th 2010 15:52   
Patty d. Senior   Promotor OJS
I too use Listwire and it is very good. Great review Kathy thank you for sharing :)
Dec 8th 2010 16:01   
Warren Contreras Magnate I   Old Retired Guy
It's not absolutely free if you consider all the junk emails you need to get in order to keep it.
Dec 9th 2010 07:19   
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