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How To Add 70k Customers Emails To Emailing List?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by itsjinx, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. itsjinx

    itsjinx Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I apologize if this question sounds stupid to alot of you.... But what would be the best way of mass emailing my past customers for promoting related products? I have about 70,000 customers who have bought my iPhone product, so that means that they own iPhones and would be interested in many things. However, I never had them added to an emailing service(aweber, getaresponse). I know I can upload the emails to one of those services, but that requires each of them to confirm their email subscription before being added to the list. I don't want to have to do that because I know it will be a disappointing signup rate because alot of customers bought the product up to 4 years ago and might forget the website name. So my question would be, is there anyway of me emailing these customers with a service/software for the purpose of weekly emails/promos where they can unsubscribe from each email blast, but don't need to "signup" to begin with????
     
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    I received a couple PM's for people offering their own services, but can anyone tell me which mass email service would work for this????
     
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    Do you have their IP, name and date of purchase? If so, I know ImnicaMail will let you import easily but their inbox hit rate is lower than aweber and others. However, aweber may not allow you to import at all. I recommend ImnicaMail.
     
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    Im looking for this tool.

    I need a service to mass mail my costumers and my list of potential costumers.

    Id like to do it with my own email, but right now im getting a 50% success rate on my emails sending them from hostgator =/

    I need to step it up!