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If you're CAN-SPAM compliant, showing unsubscribe links, physical address etc, you don't have a policy problem. You have a relevance problem. Frequency and chasing prospects are not bad, as a matter of fact they can be quite good. But you have to be relevant to what the customer expects to get t...

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1. Advertising : The best way for someone to know about your email platform is by getting them to know about it. This is where advertisement comes in. Please understand that while it is good, you have to place it where it will be considered. A newsletter that concerns food may gain more consid...

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It always starts with the list. You mention 'non opt-in' lists, which is certainly more troublesome than any domain name. Your best course of action is to get a new domain, re-confirm the lists you have (requiring the subscriber to click through in order to stay on), and only accept confirmed op...

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My first question is, how did you get these email addresses? If they physically entered them, simply store them in an encrypted spreadsheet or database for importing into a platform. Of course, the best method is utilizing an email service to initially collect those addresses.

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You need to think about these auto-responders in terms of events. If you can put data up on MailChimp when an event takes place, you can manage auto-responders off of that data. Here is some additional information from their website. http://kb.mailchimp.com/article/how-do-i-create-an-autoresponder

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There are a couple possible reasons why your emails are being caught in filters: 1) The behavior towards your emails of most of your recipients is indicating to spam filters that it's spam. This could mean actively marking them as spam, or even just deleting them without reading them. 2) The text...

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Some people will not recieve the email without an spf record. You are correct, the best way is to add any domain the emails appear to come from. If you run your own server and have WHM then you will need to enable SPF for each cpanel account that needs it. Then in cpanel under Email Authenticatio...

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You could ask Vincent http://clarity.fm/vincentroy if you have anything further to discuss.. but here's the short version. We built custom code for all our trigger emails & notifications, and use www.sendgrid.com for SMTP API. We looked at others, but I'm friends with the founder at SendGrid an...

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I don't think you need to use a Virtual private server at this time unless you are getting so much traffic that GoDaddy is limiting you. Here is info from Wordpress about email forwarding: https://en.support.wordpress.com/email-forwarding/ Seeing as you probably bought your domain, I really su...

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Use Gmail to import everything into one account. https://support.google.com/mail/answer/21289?hl=en It's a good idea to keep accounts separate though if they are for different purposes. You can setup filters in Gmail for important emails. I also find it very helpful to use Google Chrome's User A...

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