Let America Know E-Newsletter

A low cost, grassroots effort to educate your clients while marketing your firm at the same time.

A Preferred Partner for AAJ, TTLA, and numerous trial lawyer associations across the country, Let America Know is a powerful marketing tool that provides your clients/contacts with valuable information about product safety and civil justice issues. Recent topics include gas can safety, toy safety, trucking safety, generic drug safety, and the truth about the real crisis facing our civil justice system. This e-newsletter is customized with your firm's contact info, a message from you, and your photo or logo. See past issues.

The Message

Past topics include Trucking Safety (pictured), Gas Can Safety, Patient Safety, Toy Safety, Generic Drug Safety, and many more. Click here to see past issues.

Developed and written by trial lawyers, Let America Know proactively sends OUR message to thousands of people across the country, for a fraction of what it would cost to mount a traditional PR campaign. It's a quick, easy and efficient way to communicate with your clients on a regular basis. Currently, TTLA members are sending the newsletter to approximately 11,000 Texans each month. No matter how large or small your email list is, your subscription is important in helping to reach our initial goal of getting the message out to 50,000 clients, friends, family members and colleagues.

How Does It Work?

Signing up only takes a few minutes, and at $50 per month, it makes the most of your marketing dollars. Simply upload your email list, and you're ready to go. The content and messaging are already there. You and your staff spend a minimal amount of time each month, since the whole process is automated. View the demo.

How Else Can I Use the Content?

In addition to sending out the e-newsletter, your subscription includes use of the content on your firm's website and social media platforms. We don't care HOW you use it, just that you use it to get out the message.

I Want to Know More Before I Sign Up

Visit www.letamericaknow.com to learn more about the newsletter, messaging, how it works, and more.