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Sending HTML emails in mass

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by xtopzi, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. xtopzi

    xtopzi Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have a sales letter that I want to send to my "non-opt-in" list. It's composed in HTML.
    I tried SendBlaster, only to find out my internet provider blocks post 25 permanently and therefore I can't use SB.
    So then I tried Mailchimp but it adds markup as if it's a opt-in mailing list (also adds address). Tried Mailjet and they reject my application for some reason. Before I try more, do you guys have any good recommendations on how I can accomplish this? I just want my HTML sent, no additional text crap from the service provider.
     
  2. KHer0

    KHer0 Senior Member

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    Most Companies will reject this as it's against CAN-Spam Act. And they don't want to get in troubles.

    You have 2 options :-
    1 - Using Desktop Programs : Mailerking is the most famous. Of course you gonna need some Proxies and Emails to get good inboxing rate. Mailerking is pretty good for starters.

    2 - Using your own script ( like the one big mailer providers use ) on your own server. With SMTP Ips ( IP Rotation ) and the script called Interspire. This will be the way to go for really high budget Mailers who know what they are doing. We are talking here about sending hundreds of thousands to millions e-mails daily.

    Hope this answers your question,

    Good Luck
     
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  3. xtopzi

    xtopzi Regular Member

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    Thanks KHer0, good info.

    Because I've already over exceeded personal budget on software, I haven't bought the Mailerking right away (need a sale first). Instead, I just sent some emails directly from my host via webmail. I sent 200 emails. Do you think I can get in trouble with this? If not, what ammounts of mass mailing will raise a flag at my hosting company? I'm with name.com on reseller.

    On Mailerking: From the info I found, it seems its a desktop software that allows you to send emails from different email addresses like Hotmail, via proxies. Will the recipient see the hotmail addresses or can I choose to display my [email protected] email? Secondly, if content is fit, will this pass Gmail spam filter?

    Thanks