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Any way to redirect from emails???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by iluvbob, Sep 25, 2008.

  1. iluvbob

    iluvbob Registered Member

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    stupid question may be but I never tried or see any one redirecting mail traffic to his site...I used to redirect blogger traffic ...


    can any one tell if it is possible???
     
  2. wtfdididonow

    wtfdididonow Newbie

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    Maybe it's just me but, "i don't get it" can you be more specific in what you are wishing to accomplish? There are ways to redirect emails sent to one email to go to another but I am not sure if that is what you are asking?
     
  3. iluvbob

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    I meant redirecting an email to your site..
    example: I clicked mail and it redirected to some sales website or any

    Now u know what I asked???
     
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    mrichards1984 Regular Member

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    Your question is still very confusing, I'm also not able to get what you trying to ask :s
     
  5. cyrix

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    So, what i'm gathering is that you want to mass mail people and when they "open" this email you've sent it will automatically redirect them to a site?, correct? this would depend on several factors. It would depend on what email client or viewer your target audience is using, and it would depend on whatever method you would use for the redirection. I haven't tested this myself but i would think that the large free email providing companies like hotmail, gmail and yahoo would filter out META refreshes and things of that sort, you would have to think out of the box to get it to refresh to a site if at all possible.

    Hope this helps?
     
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  6. iluvbob

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    Yes,this is what I was trying to ask...I was thinking that I can do it with Gmail but now don't because it will filter all the java, may be..but it will be gr8 if there is any way that people will automatically go to site by just opening mail and not the link.....
    hope some one will come with some piece of art.