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Bulk email with ip rotation

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by rgonsal2001, Oct 18, 2016.

  1. rgonsal2001

    rgonsal2001 Newbie

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    I am looking for a bulk email solution with ip rotation for optimized inboxing. I am interested in complete solutions (web based sending, including setup and software) .
     
  2. eMonetize

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    I have been mailing for over 16 years.

    Let me give you a little advice.

    Do not pay anyone for IPs without fist testing them and making sure they are not blocked / blacklisted by the domains that you want to send to.

    Just because your IPs are not blocked by the big domains, doesn't mean you will inbox all of them. Being able to inbox requires more than just being able to rotate IPs.

    Most domains are going to rate limit how much mail you can send per IP. So if you want to send high volume to specific domains, you will need a lot of IPs.

    Unless you are starting out with high quality data, you are going to get your IPs blocked / blacklisted, when just depends on the quality of the data. So whoever you get IPs from, they must be able to replace them. You want to have a very specific replacement policy in place, so that there are no questions as to when IPs can be replaced. The ideal situation is that you can replace IPs monthly, however that is no always possible. Never accept a deal that is longer than a 2 month commit and if you mail GI, don't accept anything other than monthly.

    I don't ever pay more than $100-$200 per month for a server, depending on it's specs. If you get IPs in volume, you can often get a server(s) thrown in for free. I don't pay more than $1-$1.30 per IP / per month / depending on volume, for clean IPs.
     
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    eMonetize.
    Do you provide email services? I'm not against outsourcing this task.
     
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    No, I don't offer mailing services. I'm not going to risk my IPs, sending someone else's data that could just be a pile of garbage.

    What is it you are trying to accomplish?
     
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    I am trying to send emails to my clients without spam filters picking them up. I've used the same IP address for a couple years and the firms' (my customers') new spam filters are preventing my emails from getting through. This is not my specialty by any means. My list is clean...very few bounces, etc.
     
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    you can check IMproxies.com - one guy offered me to try these rotating proxies, and they worked for me just fine, using 100 rotating package for 2 weeks already - they have huge pool like 20million or so of IPs so it can work for you really good. Also I guess they have packages for indexing and mailing.
     
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