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Sending out 1000 bulk emails using outlook

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Vladamir, Jul 2, 2012.

  1. Vladamir

    Vladamir Junior Member

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    Hey everyone.

    I put together a list of a bunch of emails in my niche over 1000 emails, very high quality and created an email that looks very personal and not spamy at all advertising an offer for my services to these leads.

    I was wondering considering it is only about 1000 emails. Could I go about sending about 80 emails a day, one by one to these emails until I got through the entire list so it does not go into their spam boxes and automatically get flagged as spam.

    I was considering a service like "list wire, icontact, awebber" but I don't want them to have the option to unsubscribe etc its a one time email I want it to look as personal as possible.

    Wouldn't mind some tracking info too to see if the emails bounced, if they were read...etc.

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.


    - Vlad
     
  2. a32337

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    Interesting method
     
  3. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    I was considering a service like "list wire, icontact, awebber" but I  don't want them to have the option to unsubscribe etc its a one time  email I want it to look as personal as possible.
    Then why do you care if they unsubscribe? It sounds like you do not know much about email marketing. You are violating the CAN-SPAM rule but not giving them an option to opt out.

    As many will tell you - the people on your list who cannot remove their email from your list are the ones that will track down your ISP and report you. Even if you never mail to them again, at least give them an email to "unsubscribe" to or a link.

    80 a day is not a lot but a single complaint is too many. Your ISP can see the mail and it doesn't matter how pretty it is. You are most likely on a home internet connection using it for business email. They do not like that and can use that as an excuse to make you upgrade or ban your account.

    Besides, you should never mail and show your home IP.
     
  4. CoyoteAssassin

    CoyoteAssassin Elite Member

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    Posts like this to get your count up are frowned upon by the moderators at BHW. Reply with insight or an opinion. There isn't any method to what he is doing... not yet.

    Welcome to BHW.