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questions about sending un-opt emails for marketing.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by claytonleung2007, Dec 17, 2013.

  1. claytonleung2007

    claytonleung2007 Newbie

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    I have some questions about sending un-opt emails for marketing.
    Harvested email list using software such as scrapebox, clean them and then blast them to offer my off-line service. But I am confused to what I can / cannot do with email marketing.

    I read quite a bit around this subject and so far, I get mixed information. On one hand, people say you can only sent double-opt in emails. But on the other hand, I see so many people in BHW doing email scraping and email blast.

    A read from WIKI on CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 says that: A message cannot be sent to a harvested email address. So why there are still so many people in here talking about harvesting emails? If they cannot send those emails legally why are they still harvesting them?

    The questions is not I can't find information, but there are so many information and many information contradict each other I don't know what to trust. Is there a good source of information I can look up into?

    Also the domain reputation, bounce rate / in-box rate / spam trap etc are too complicated for me, I rather concentrate on my business and let someone else to handle this part of the business. I am happy to work with another email marketer if I supply them with an email list and they do the in-boxing
     
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  2. claytonleung2007

    claytonleung2007 Newbie

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    is this the right place to post email related questions? i am willing to move this thread if there is a better place for this thread to belong to. i am not getting response so i assume it is in the wrong place
     
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