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Looking for someone who can send bulk emails with tracking

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by wasted, Aug 30, 2012.

  1. wasted

    wasted Jr. Executive VIP

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    Hey,

    I'm looking for someone that can provide me with a way of sending bulk emails, anywheres from 1,000 - 100,000 emails. I would want to be able to track opens and clicks.

    Please PM me with information and costs
     
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    pm sent.
     
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    i have a list of emails , and i have a trick also how to send emails to 1000 of peoples with just a single click.
     
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    This is something that Interspire and most email servers can provided. Even if you use a desktop mailer like AMS, you can use the Atom Park link tracker tool on their site to track opens and clicks. This is ideal for people who mail using Hotmail and Yahoo addresses.

    Keep in mind that link tracking can only be tracked by wrapping www.abc.com with the tracking URL of the server. That means that if your server goes down, all of your links are dead. I'm not sure how Google analytics gets around this. So be sure to use a tracker server that will not get shut down or else you will have a bunch of dead links. I've learned this a few times.