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What type of verbiage do you use when mass mailing?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CosmicSoundz, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. CosmicSoundz

    CosmicSoundz BANNED BANNED

    Apr 30, 2012
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    I am having issues with conversions when mass emailing. I think it has to do with my script (what I say in the email)

    Can anyone suggest some good things to say to help with conversions?
  2. proweb

    proweb Regular Member

    Feb 24, 2011
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    Make the email as personal as possible. If you can make it seem like you typed it just to them, then you will get better success.

    Don't tell people to buy the product. Instead suggest it. What sounds better:
    - Hi Name, Have you ever wanted to buy a blue widget? Well now you can! Click HERE.
    - Hi Name, I just got an interesting email from so-and-so about blue widgets. Turns out I'm a bit late in discovering this, so I wanted to make sure you knew about it because I know you like blah and it seemed like something you'd be interested in. You can check it out at WebsiteAddress.

    Buy a .info domain name that starts with "com-". Then create a sub-domain mimicking the product's name that you refer all your visitors to (which then 301 redirects them to your affiliate/product link). For example, your domain could be "com-learnmore.info" so your referring link could be http://bluewidgets.com-learnmore.info, which looks like a legit .com site and doesn't look like you're trying to sell them something.

    Make sure all of your SPAM words have dashes to prevent them from triggering the spam filters. For example, instead of saying "click here" say "click-here". Some words to watch out for are free, buy, sale, limited time, make money, etc.
  3. el_capitan

    el_capitan Junior Member

    Apr 20, 2012
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    Los Angeles, CA