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Non-spam spam.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bluelightning2k, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. bluelightning2k

    bluelightning2k Newbie

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    Hey guys,


    I want to send a high volume of "non-spammy" email, without it getting into junk folders.

    The emails won't contain any link or URL, and will probably get a high number of replies and not too many "mark as spam". However there will be quite a lot of them.


    How should I go about doing this? Do I need to get hundreds of accounts, and what are good amounts to send per day/account and account/ip, etc? Or will I be ok regardless if enough people reply?


    Thanks in advance for replies.
     
  2. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Danger, Will Robinson, Danger.

    You can call it "non-spam spam" or "non-spammy" if you want, but my free advice is it sounds like you're thinking of sending out a boatload of email without perhaps having really thought through the ramifications of doing that....

    Your message is seeking a higher rate of inboxing. You should have picked that phrase up if you read around the Email Marketing forum a bit.

    You also would have picked up one bit of advice I've read over and over here on BHW: mass emailing is not for newbies. And that's the word right below your username.

    Not a sermon, just a thought.

    peace,
    gregs.
     
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