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German Nissan Email: wrong in so many ways

Out of the clear-blue, I get an email from Germain Nissan this morning. Here it is: This email bugged me in a few ways: I have never done business with Germain – why are sending me an email? How did … Continue reading

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FTC makes CAN-SPAM changes

Really important stuff here. The Federal Trade Commission amended four CAN-SPAM Act provisions as follows: An e-mail recipient cannot be required to pay a fee, provide information other than his or her e-mail address and opt-out preferences, or take any … Continue reading

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The Ohio Historical Society – Spammer?

The Ohio Historical Society is spamming me. How do I know? Because I never gave them permission to send email to me – and yet today I got an email from them. I recall giving my business card to someone … Continue reading

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Study: ISPs Block One In Five E-mails

This is why it’s important to use a professional e-mail service: to get the highest possible deliverability rate. Slightly more than one in five marketing e-mails didn’t get delivered in the second half of 2005, down just slightly from 21 … Continue reading

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