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How to make a good, personal-like email?

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by mendes, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. mendes

    mendes Junior Member

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    Hi everybody!

    I'm really new to IM, actually I haven't received my first dollar yet so sorry if I'm asking a noob question.
    Because... I am a noob.

    Due to a security issue with my University webmail system, I got acess to something like 10k emails, including mostly students but also teachers and other employees.
    I will sort the emails per gender and I want to send ClickBank offers directly to their inboxes, weight loss to females and something to males (haven't decided yet).

    My question is: how to make a good email offering a product?
    Should I include as much information as possible or keep it short?
    What should I focus in?
    And also, can I send it from a gmail account? won't they punish me for spam or something?

    Thank you in advance for the help.
     
  2. DarkPixel

    DarkPixel Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Whatever you do, make sure your university doesn't find your name. They could easily contact clickbank, and ask for the name of your username.
     
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  3. imperial444

    imperial444 Elite Member

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    Getting those emails from gmail account will end up banned your gmail account. So you should try to buy a VPS/Hosting package and setup email marketing software.
     
  4. mendes

    mendes Junior Member

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    Thanks guys for the replies. Are there any free tools for that? I don't have any money to invest atm.