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Mailing to FB (or CL) addresses

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Elliot305, Aug 16, 2014.

  1. Elliot305

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    I've seen a lot of threads from people trying to mail through FB but having a hard time. I can tell you from a ton of experience doing this with @CL emails that you need to rotate IPs. CL (just like FB) only allows a certain amount of emails to be sent through their server within a specified period of time. Your job is to find out what the email and time limits are. Once you have that figured out you need to have multiple smtps rotating in and out to stay under those limit. When I was doing this with CL, their limits were 20 emails every 10 minutes from the same IP. So I configured my mailer to rotating 10-15 smtps via hosting companies to avoid going over their threshold while still being able to mail a lot. It worked like a charm. You cannot just plant your seed email at 500 and if it doesn't go through, not keep seeding it down...you have to find the limit. That limit may be 10 emails or 100...but don't just stop at 500 or 1000 and assume its content related.

    I don't know what FB limits are but its something. Also, if you feel you went over the limit, take a 10-15 min break so you are in a new "cycle." They probably do the same thing like CL and if you go over their limit your in a "time out," so to speak. Once your time out is done, send just one test email through and see if you're out of it. If it doesn't go through, take a longer time out. Sooner or later you'll know exactly how their system reacts.

    I was gonna make a video on all this, but I'm not interested in buying 10 hosting accounts just to demonstrate, etc... Look for hosting companies that allow 500-1000 an hour. Find out what FBs limits are and buy enough hosting packages to give you enough smtps to stay under the radar while sending a good amount at the same time. The more you spread it out, the more you can send. Here's a list of what I used in the past: (mind you its been a couple years but they were reasonably priced, had good IPs and allowed a good amount to be sent per hour) Hope this helps. (P.S., post questions here so everyone can get the same answers) Thanks.


    Arvixe
    1and1
    Lypha
    LiquidWeb
    A2 Hosting
    DowntownHost
    Exabytes
    MediaTemple
    HostClear
    AVA Host
    Jump Launch
    GlowHost
    SlingShot
    GreenGeeks
    A Small Orange
    Dot Easy
    Host For Web
    HostWay
    Lime
    StartLogic
     
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  2. pana1

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    Hi Elliot,
    I was just reading another one of your threads...Very insightful (and impressive). I really appreciate you sharing all of your wisdom. I'm completely new to e-mailing so I was curious if you could answer me this question.. As far as putting a link in the e-mail, would you register a domain and put that domain as clickable in the email and have the domain redirect straight to the offer?
    Thanks!
     
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    Correct. You need to have a fresh domain when emailing and redirect to the offer...never use aff links in your emails. You can tie the link into a clickable image and have your whole campaign just be one big image. Hope that helps.
     
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