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Beliefnet to manage CNA's e-mail subscriptions

.- The world's largest religious website, Beliefnet.com, will begin managing Catholic News Agency's mailing list on Nov. 7, offering improved service for those who receive CNA's daily news e-mail.

“The choice of Beliefnet’s platform guarantees a more efficient and first-class service for our users, especially now that our mail list has grown so much,” said Alejandro Bermudez, executive director of CNA.

Beliefnet.com, an online portal that covers issues related to all faiths, will soon include content from CNA on its English-language channel. The website boasts one of the largest networks of mailing list servers in the world.
 
Beginning on Nov. 7, subscribers to CNA’s daily news will receive e-mails through a highly secure system that protects personal information and guarantees instant delivery.
 
Beliefnet will also include a minimal amount of advertising in line with CNA’s mission.

Bermudez explained that Beliefnet's “non-intrusive advertising, which may be of interest to our users, will give CNA another revenue source that will allow readers to continue to receive our services free of charge.”

To sign up for CNA's e-mail service, visit: http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/subscribe.php


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