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Can putting links at the bottom of emails get automatically put in junk?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Funtadan, Jan 14, 2013.

  1. Funtadan

    Funtadan Registered Member

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    I am pretty sure that if I reply to an email with a link to my website in my email signature I won't get put in the junk folder and my domain get blacklisted from hotmail, gmail and all of the big free email sites. Is this true or would it get banned?
    Thanks for the help in advance. ​
     
  2. blackberry

    blackberry Power Member

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    It depends.

    If your trying to sell some sex toys and you have a link or no link at the bottom of the email you are guaranteed that your email will end up in the spam folder.


     
  3. G-S-T

    G-S-T Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    Try using google.com as a redirect. Imnot talking about goo.gl i mean the actual search redirect. Its possible to get the google.com redirect url and use it as a redirect.
     
  4. Funtadan

    Funtadan Registered Member

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    Will this mean definitely no blacklisting?
     
  5. G-S-T

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    nothing is 100% but google.com is one of the most respected sites on the web, so its better using google.com for a link instead of buydildosonline.net
     
  6. nemessis

    nemessis Newbie

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    Try a better smtp?
     
  7. Funtadan

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    oh ok, but if it is a legit business and I am just using when I reply to customers emails would it get banned if I linked it to my actual website?
     
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    No way. Imagine how many people use an email signature with a link to their website..and they don't get blacklisted. Only if you spam, your emails bounce too often and recipients click on the "spam" button.