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Email Marketing and Dealing with Yahoo's Nov. 12th changes

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by eimFlood, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. eimFlood

    eimFlood Junior Member

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    Mods, apologies if this is the wrong forum. I tried searching and found email marketing evenly distributed everywhere.

    To those of you who make money in the email marketing world, has anyone found a way around Yahoo's Nov. 12th changes that disable all links in emails that land in the junk folder? I know that a solution exists, but I'm having trouble prying the information out of those in my usual circles. If you have found the solution and are willing to help, I'd be more than happy to reciprocate. (I am able to get extremely large numbers of IPs that are good for the big 4 and also GI.)
     
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    Its now the same in Gmail. can't clikc any links inside spam's
     
  3. eimFlood

    eimFlood Junior Member

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    Thanks for at least responding. Your comment about Gmail got me nervous so I went looking, and I can still click the links in most spam-box emails in Gmail. They might have simply tightened the filters a bit so that more bulked emails are having their links turned off, but it's not 100% across the board.

    As for Yahoo, on the other hand, they are disabling all links in spam-box emails that are viewed through the newest version of their webmail interface, even if users click "show images." But, about 36-hours ago, I found that there IS a way to make image links work, and it's not complicated. Since they are probably going to close that loophole soon, I might as well give out the info so that people can get it while it's hot: use html image maps.