List of people who want to earn money

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by shark216, Aug 26, 2011.

  1. shark216

    shark216 Registered Member

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    I've compiled a fresh list of about 300 people who want to earn cash now. They didn't technically opt in to anything I had to offer. I'm wondering if I could add these people to aweber and start my marketing campaigns....would it be wrong if I sold their email addresses? These leads are less than 24 hours old.
     
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    shark216 Registered Member

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    basically what im saying is what should I do with this list...
     
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    ...let me take a look and ill give you my expert opinion

    :-D
     
  4. shark216

    shark216 Registered Member

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    sure, im very serious. I'm making modest money online. Definitely nothing to brag about. I've had 300 people email me within the last 12 hours. I really don't know what to do with this list. I can do this over and over again.
     
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    Mail them very slowly and honor their remove requests. Make sure you setup a one-click opt out solution, it helps. If Aweber affords these features, go for it.

    300 is a small amount, I wouldn't stress it.

    I'd try to remain as CAN-SPAM compliant as possible. If you need advice on what that entails, just PM me.

    Edit: Don't just share BizOp leads. I know you're probably kidding, but if you're not, reconsider.
     
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