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Old 3rd November 2016, 06:55 AM   #1
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Default What Is The Best Way To Collect The Proper Email Subscriber?

I am thinking to start email marketing recently and has already tried some free email marketing software. But in most of the cases they are asking for a proper email list. How can I collect a proper list of email subscribers which wont be considered as spam?

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It would be great if you personally contact the person or company in which you will delivered your email they must be aware before creating a list to avoid spam folders.

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Which free software did you use?

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I wouldn't try and skip around this system, make sure your list is checked and verified or you will be blacklisted for spam, and let's face it, who wants to be sending deals and offers to an audience which doesn't actually want to buy it anyway, it is a pointless activity.

I have used MailChimp with great success or you can look at ConstantContact, I posted a list of them a while back and you can view that list in the Newsletter and Email Markegting section


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Thank you. I was using AWeber at the beginning but they became more and more expensive....

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you can try some free mail marketing like mailchimp or mail merge they provide free subscription here you feel get your list of mail ids the subscriber will come through the social media channles like facebook.

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Also if you are collecting an email list. You can have them double opt-in. It is one extra step that your subscribers would have to go through but it vets your list to make sure they really want the information they are subscribing to.

Mailchimp is free I think up to 1000 subscribers. Then you have to go into a paid solution. I don't like Mailchimp that much because it doesn't have the best user interface. Difficult to use at times. That's my opinion though. Others really like it as an email autoresponder solution.

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