Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Do not spam

Get your target’s consent before sending emails

Make sure that you get permission from those on the list. You can do this yourself or ask us to obtain permission on your behalf while buying the list.

Use spam checkers

There are free tools online which will help you check if your email marketing messages have words that are tagged as spam. After writing your email copy, run it on these spam checkers and use alternate words instead of spamming words.

Include opt-out option in your email

You should given an option for the subscribers to opt-out of your campaigns within your email.
Melody Heales from ListAustralia
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