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Safest delivery to send out hundreds of emails?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jon_xx_x, Oct 12, 2016.

  1. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I want to test out the return on investment of sending out hundreds of emails to people in my niche. Say for example I'm on a plumbing forum and members their post their site. I'd like to collect their sites, and email them directly. I don't want to flat out spam though. I want VA to visit the site, find email/contact form, and send a personalized email.

    What is my safest way of sending these emails out without a) ending up in their spam box and b) closing my email account? I have about 50 hotmail/gmail/aol/yahoo email addresses, should I just get VA to send five from each account?
     
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    tokstesla Power Member

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  3. Phil Gangluff

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    The safe way to send then has nothing to do with the technology, and everything to do with the actual content of the emails.

    Make the emails truly personalized and offer something of value and they won't get flagged as spam.

    It's that simple.
     
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    Check out the app in my sig. Think your looking for something like that.
     
  5. tasburrfoot

    tasburrfoot Regular Member

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    If you're sending emails customized, and 1 at a time, you would have to actively TRY to get yourself blacklisted. You could do this with a single Gmail account..
     
  6. jon_xx_x

    jon_xx_x Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Thanks. Just wasn't sure if with that many it might still get flagged.
     
  7. Trinity Smith

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    You can also try Outlook 2016 in sending multiple emails, but I think will not hide the other recipients who got your email if it's a 1 to many email.
     
  8. tasburrfoot

    tasburrfoot Regular Member

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    Of course Outlook supports BCC(blind carbon copy, the process of hiding additional recipients).
     
  9. The Scarlet Pimp

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    using the bcc option is a good indicator of spam. if you don't want to get flagged, send it directly to each person. not that hard to do...
     
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  10. Trinity Smith

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    Oh is that so, I will take note on that!
    Thanks for the correction.
     
  11. The Scarlet Pimp

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    i learned this last year when i was testing a bulk mailer. if i used the Bcc option some email accounts totally rejected the email (it was auto-deleted!).

    but, when i bulk-mailed messages directly to each individual addy, every message got thru to the inbox without any problem. that's how many spam filters stop spam, by seeing if it was sent Bcc and if it was then it goes into "junk" folders.