Email Spam Tips to Keep it at Bay

Email Spam Tips to Keep it at Bay

Another factor leading to complains is contacting people who have nothing to do with your product or service. For email extractor , any email address ending in “.mil” is a military site. Any address ending in “.gov” or “.us” is a government site. I also avoid any ending in “.edu” and “.org” as I have found that people in schools and organizations complain more than others. To purge you list, open you list in a program line “notebook” and use the search and replace feature to find all addresses of a certain type and eliminate them. Most bulk email sender programs have a way to purge duplicates and this is important. Nothing makes people madder than getting multiple copies of an email.

Before you send emails, we suggest you verify the list. To do this, you need a bulk email verifier. You can find these by keying phrases like “bulk email verifier” into your browser bar. These programs are inexpensive. They send out a “ping” to every address in your list to find out if it is working. By only mailing to working addresses, you will not have thousands of returned emails flood your box and huge numbers of returns tell you mail account owner that you are sending large volumes of commercial emails.

We suggest you only send about 250 emails at a time, wait a few minutes and send another 250 email packet. Many bulk email senders have this feature built in. This is important to stay under the radar of mail services. Some services automatically delete and emails sent in large batches.This article covers just a few of the things you need to do in order to be successful with bulk emails. You can succeed. It works for big companies and it will work for you. Another great tactic is to publish your email address in graphic form. Spam harvest programs can’t (yet) read images. Simply fire up a program like Microsoft Paint or Adobe Photoshop and type out your email address. Save it as a jpeg or gif file and use that to tell the world about your email address.