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#1 market101

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Posted 15 July 2015 - 03:00 PM

I haven't seen this topic discussed here.  I'm very curious as to how many of us use paid-for bulk email.  Also, does it work?  And, lastly, how many are really scams; meaning you are sending out your ads every day, but are they being delivered and if so, are they going to very old lists????


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#2 Bruno Duarte

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Posted 08 May 2016 - 03:32 PM

I tried bulk mail once and it did not work at all.

The best way to see this is by using a tracker.

After chatting with other people on this, they had also the same experience on different bulk mail services.

 

(I was tremendous disappointed about the amount of ripoffs on this type of mailing.)


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#3 oldbuddy

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Posted 17 May 2016 - 09:43 PM

I tried bulk mail once and it did not work at all.

The best way to see this is by using a tracker.

After chatting with other people on this, they had also the same experience on different bulk mail services.

 

(I was tremendous disappointed about the amount of ripoffs on this type of mailing.)

I'm not so sure I would want to use bulk mail even if it did work. I can't imagine you would have many true contacts that get to know, like and trust you as a result. I would rather build my own smaller list of people who are a little more committed to at least browsing the first email I send.


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Posted 04 July 2016 - 05:53 PM

Bulk mail services have extremely low deliverability rate and are considered by most ESPs (email service providers) to be spam so rarely will any email they actually get delivered will ever inbox. Don't waste your time on it.


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#5 incomeskills

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Posted 15 July 2016 - 02:43 PM

Anyone that says they will send your ad to over a million email addresses for what usually is a low

amount is most likely full of you know what.

 

You can find reputable solo ad vendors where a third party is involved to verify the quality of traffic.

 

Traffic is purchased in "clicks" and the vendor must keep sending the ad to the list until the number

of clicks purchased has been fulfilled.


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#6 rpsmith

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Posted 10 December 2016 - 08:47 PM

I agree with many of the statements above. Bulk email is usually spam and can get you in a whole lot of trouble. Even if they are deliverable, your results may not be what you want or need. It's a good way to get your site shut down by your host. As a final note, most of them are probably scams.


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