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Sending Bulk Mail

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by techguy82, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. techguy82

    techguy82 Newbie

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    I just bought some COREG data (name,address,phone,time/date,ip source) and I want to start mailing. I am having trouble finding the best solution. The list is quite large (10 million + or -). I have used a few desktop clients with my own VPS SMTP server but they were quickly banned. I have also used Interspire and like that option but still need to an SMTP set up so i fear it would be banned as well.

    I have looked into Gmail Inferno and YahooMail Genius both look promising, but i dont want to throw away more money unless i know that they will serve my needs.

    If any one has experience working with large lists like these and can get a great inbox rate (80%+) lets talk

    Thanks
     
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  2. manccini

    manccini Newbie

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    can i have some of your email lists please? ym: manccini_ix
     
  3. nemke82

    nemke82 Junior Member

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    Page me Privatly I can help you a lot with your request.

    Kind regards,
    Nemanja

     
  4. dejamatt

    dejamatt Newbie

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    The problem that I run into with purchased data is that you WILL hit spamtraps. And as soon as you do, your hosting provider will turn you off. It's very hard to find a VPS that will ignore spam complaints, even if you aren't spamming and have the opt-in date, ip, website. Any services that I've found that allow this sort of traffic have blacklisted IPs (if they aren't publicly blacklisted, they are internally blacklisted by the ISPs or greylisted RFC 4.2.1). If there is a provider of cloud servers somewhere, I'd be head over heels happy to work with them. Building the mail servers is not the problem, the problem is keeping them alive!