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what should i do for email marketing ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by linuxfreak1985, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. linuxfreak1985

    linuxfreak1985 BANNED BANNED

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    Hi there,

    We are an Email Service Provider and we provide platform related to emailing to about 7 advertising agencies based in Europe and America We require any one to give us advise on how geniune email lists could be found over internet and what is the best way to do it ?
     
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    Is this the real linuxfreak?
     
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    yes we are linuxfreakz
     
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    There are no "real" email lists to be found on the Internet. The best way is to drive traffic or start a viral campaign and get email opt-in that way. You can use Aweber as the email server, or if you rather prefer self-hosted, get Interspire's Email Marketing software... The problem with self hosted and Aweber (3rd party) is the deliverability. If you use Aweber, since they are whitelisted with all major email and free email services, your email gets delivered. Self-hosted may take a bit of work, as you may need to setup whitelist (by going to different free mail hosts), I have to do mine with Comcast, MSN (hotmail), and few others, it's a pain but my deliverability went up. Also you need to setup reverse dns on the mail server, most spam protection will reverse dns your ip to make sure it is resolved as the domain that is delivering the email...

    And of course, if you buy email list, scrape from the web, scrape from news groups, or any other way rather than opt-in, you will get hate emails, people will take the time to report you, and your ip will be blacklisted very soon... Unless you know the business of spamming and have ways around this...
     
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    so whats the best way to get a genuine email list ?
     
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    You're linuxfreak alright, the guy from Pakistan who scammed plenty of members here!
     
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    We dont know what you are talking about and how made this story in your mind about us Certainly we have tried to reach you via Private message but you dont respond we are probably the best freelancers in the market and search at google with the name linuxfreak1985 freelancer you will know who you are talking with I totally reject this
     
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    You need to generate the list yourself, that way you know your list will be interested in your niche.
     
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    linuxfreak1985 BANNED BANNED

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    people say generated or extracted email lists have traps and bounces in them ! is that true ?
     
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    well try someone who have accounts with mailchimp etc, that way you could verify genuine email accounts, but there are so many companies selling email and contact databases, not sure if its legal.
     
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    Email traps are the worst case scenario and no one can tell you if you ha such emails in your list
    The only way is to option the list again which is paint full process and you gone loose subscribers
     
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    ya right ! but people sell there lists ! from where do they get lists ? and they claim it with 100% real emails and no bounces etc ! how do they give such lists ? what are there sources ?
     
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    these are scams that people are offering. They will get you blacklisted.
     
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    No proof and you dont respond to my private messages to you. How bad you are, you are lying here, i dont know you
     
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    You have the answer a few posts above. THEY ARE BUILDING them. You can go and buy a 10.000 e-mail list but I doubt about the quality.

    Above all, someone who has a list of 20.000 subscribers let's say, won't sell it to you until he banks the hell out of it. Would you sell a legit subscriber list which makes you money maybe for the next years to come? :)
     
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    It really all depends on what you want to market in the end. If your looking for b2c (residential emails) i would suggest setting up websites optimizing for keywords and buying traffic from traffic suppliers.

    If your looking to do b2b (business to business) i would say scrape from business directories and search engines. You will know fast enough if ppl are annoyed by your emails and if the target is off. If not people will respond well to your ads. you will still get complaints. If you maintain an active remove link. Actually use it and do not mail people who ask to not be mailed. You should do well. As you grow, hosting accounts will go down. For a while it will be a a cat and mouse game but eventually it all gets easier. you'll get a big list of Remove Domains + emails. Thats when Domains stay up longe.r hosting stops getting shut down.. before you know it, it will all be smooth sailing.

    After trial and error you will also compile a list of companies who really dnt care what you do as long as you pay. Most hosting companies i deal with now will shut you down. but allow you to sign right back up creating a new account. Most time tho you will have to get a new domain.

    As far as mailing goes. FCK Aweber and everything like it. For one i do not believe in uploading my list ANYWHERE.. Also im a hands on type of person.. All that "white listed" shit. yeah they may have white listed domains/ips.. I give you my word.. play with it a few days. you will figure out ways to white list them fast. I say mail SMTP.

    Someone said something about "Interspire's Email Marketing software" idk but last time i tried that i could not mail out over 1 a minute and there wasn't much your could do in the way of customization. Also, Each time you get a new domain you have to install and reset it all up. I personally suggest a windows smtp mailer. And host your domains through out the net.. regular 10/25$ cpanel hosting accounts.

    Hope i helped. If you have any question feel free to ask. I'm always down to help but always remember, "The game is to be sold, not told". ;)
     
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