Email Blast with 3th party opt-in database - is it safe?

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  1. Jungle123

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    Hey guys,

    Just wondering about what the title say's - is the domain safe if we will apply towards it 3th party double opt-in and single opt-in database traffic?

    The last thing needed is to have the blacklisted core domain after the blast!

    p.s - sub-domain route is not an option at all....
     
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    Domain will safe, if you use gmail or yahoo as redirect sender email
     
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    You are technically required to re-opt-in a single opt-in list, but if you mail out with an unsubscribe link, and if someone unsubscribes and you don't mail them again you're safe.
     
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    Terapara - your mentioned email providers are allowing you to send 50 emails per day DDD :) - That is no way to be considered email blast P:)
     
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    PA - So, there is no need to put those weird redirection things and cloak the links and rotate the content of the email etc. things with this setup?
     
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    all that is legally required is an unsubscribe link as long as they are single opt-ins and have opted in one one site or another to receive content in the vertical you're going to be sending. just be sure not to hit an unsubscribed email a second time, thats unsolicited commercial emailing