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If you send email via a 3rd party - who gets the spam compliant hit?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by listerdl, May 8, 2013.

  1. listerdl

    listerdl Junior Member

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    What I mean is - if my domain is sending email through a 3rd party, lets say its constant contact - who takes the hit for spam complaints? Is it me because the email has my name on it - or is it the server from which the email was sent?

    Also, how 'bad' do you have to be to get blacklisted? Like if you got say 15 complaints from 1,000 emails - is that enought to get a blacklist or is that just mickey mouse numbers? I am thinking to get truly blacklisted by Google youd have to have many more complaints than just '15' or am i wrong?

    Thanks!!