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    Does anyone know of a good and reputable place online to get highly responsive and guaranteed spam-free targeted email lists? Please reply.Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtrmend View Post
    Does anyone know of a good and reputable place online to get highly responsive and guaranteed spam-free targeted email lists? Please reply.Thanks.
    There really isn't any place online that you can get "guaranteeed spam-free targeted email lists."

    Why? Because unless someone opts into your email list and verifies that for themselves, they are being spammed by you when you send them your email.

    Spam-free only happens when you put out a sign up form and people CHOOSE to subscribe or sign up to your list. NOT when you buy a list from someone else and send to it.
    Generate more fake news.

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    Thank you ABW Ambassador for your reply.

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    I think DOE ( directory of Ezines) it's pretty good, most of the lists they have are buyers lists, very good conversion

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    pending the creation of the no email registry, the CAN SPAM act does permit unsolicited emails so long that they conform to the law which includes (amongst many other things), an opt-out.

    still, blindly emailing people isn't going to yield the best results. i'd tend to think the largest sect will ignore it, the second largest will be angered by it, and a distant 3rd (or 8th) will respond positively.

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    I agree with marklt - DOE (directory of ezines) is a good place to look. It costs like $200 or $300 to join. Well worth it.

    I use it all the time (well, once a month or so) to build my own lists in different niches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bradk View Post
    pending the creation of the no email registry, the CAN SPAM act does permit unsolicited emails so long that they conform to the law which includes (amongst many other things), an opt-out.

    still, blindly emailing people isn't going to yield the best results. i'd tend to think the largest sect will ignore it, the second largest will be angered by it, and a distant 3rd (or 8th) will respond positively.
    I am glad you added this bradk. Many have the misperception that sending to an opt-in list is spamming. It is not spamming as long as you are compliant. There are many that do not appreciate this type of mail in their inbox but there are many that enjoy it on a daily basis. Hence the success of many types of email marketing. It is absolutely a numbers game as is most types or internet marketing although the success rate can be much higher with targeted lists or demographics. Not everyone is opposed to getting emails in their inbox with something that may pertain to their interests. This smart marketing and when done properly, is very effective. This separates the good marketers from poor marketers.

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    The Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act requires unsolicited commercial e-mail messages to be labeled (though not by a standard method) and to include opt-out instructions and the sender's physical address. It prohibits the use of deceptive subject lines and false headers in such messages. The FTC is authorized (but not required) to establish a "do-not-email" registry. State laws that require labels on unsolicited commercial e-mail or prohibit such messages entirely are pre-empted, although provisions merely addressing falsity and deception would remain in place. The CAN-SPAM Act took effect on January 1, 2004.

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