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  1. Ashton United Kingdom

    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have used a program to harvest a list of local business details as I could do with a few more web design clients. I have been sending some emails out manually and have not received any negative response and I think that since these are business owners they don't seem to mind being contacted by another local business.

    However, to get leads I need to send out a lot of emails (most companies are happy / not ready to improve) and I don't want them to go straight to the spam box or get my ip marked as spamming etc.

    Does anyone use any good email marketing software, or have any recommendations as to how I should approach this?

    Thanks.
     
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  3. fish United Kingdom

    fish Well-Known Member

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    I use mailchimp which is free for small campaigns
     
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    rob Founding Member

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    Becareful !

    I am into 4 figs in terms of compensation back from companies who sent me spam... :)
     
  5. Ashton United Kingdom

    Ashton Well-Known Member

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    I intend to apply to all the regulations that I can. =|
     
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    If you do choose a third party service such as Mailchimp (which I recommend by the way), check their TOS. You will get your account closed down if you get too many unsubscribes/complaints.
     
  7. murph

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    Mailchimp will likely require details/proof of how you obtained the list in the first place.
     
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    cc976a Well-Known Member

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    Try ymlp.com

    I've used for years, and can do what you're after
     
  9. WaftyCrank United Kingdom

    WaftyCrank Active Member

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    You serious rob?
     
  10. VSC

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    I'd buy that report! Now there's a nice product for you to develop.
     
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