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using more email addresses on MailChimp

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by leehughes, Oct 1, 2010.

  1. leehughes

    leehughes Regular Member

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    Now that mailchimp have increased their free program to 1000 I was wondering if you could create several accounts and use them to have 7000 subscribers for free?

    When you get to 1000 limit, open new account and replace website link to new account and repeat.

    Do you think this would work or do MailChimp have some sort of software with the ability to catch on to this?
     
  2. Sprouts

    Sprouts Regular Member

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    As long as you use proxies, clear cookies etc it should work fine.

    There's also a mailing limit so if you plan on sending 10 emails to each person a month and the limit is 5k emails then only add 500 per mailchimp account.
     
  3. leehughes

    leehughes Regular Member

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    Sweet, I'm only gonna use it about once a month anyway so that will be fine :)
     
  4. chockomonkey

    chockomonkey Regular Member

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    mailchimp is cool and all, but damnit i can't stand their email creator. I use it at my job to make newsletters :(
     
  5. leehughes

    leehughes Regular Member

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    you mean the template?

    I just paid $16 for a really good one from theme forest :)
     
  6. chockomonkey

    chockomonkey Regular Member

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    I typically am using their templates yes, but i'm putting together work from multiple designers and trying to migrate images, pdf's, etc into these newsletters. If you know how you want something to look, with mailchimp, you might just not get it.

    i'm having to settle for other "looks" all the time because it doesn't tend to like the various elements i'm including in each email.

    I just got done messing with that stupid editor, so that's why i felt the need to whine about it :cool: