How does spam affect my Express Email Marketing campaign?
Spam is unsolicited email or junk mail, however, not all unsolicited email is spam. A narrower definition of spam defines it as email advertising for a product or service that is sent to a mailing list or newsgroup membership without the permission of the intended recipient. As such, spam is a growing problem for both businesses and individuals and is subject to federal legislation.
Express Email Marketing® helps you comply with anti-spam laws by assisting you in creating and maintaining a permission-based Contact list. You should use a permission-based model for your email marketing efforts, both for the image of your company or organization and your relationship with your customers.
Express Email Marketing has a strong interest in prohibiting spam. Being identified as a source of spam can lead to ISPs, search engines, and email services blacklisting your domain and, potentially, all email messages using the Express Email Marketing application.
Do surveys I create or the responses I receive affect my emails/year count?
I am currently on a yearly Express Email Marketing plan. Will I continue to renew my plan on a yearly basis?
Can I use a suppression file with Express Email Marketing?
What are email duplicates and why are they bad?
Reports of Spam or Excessive Bouncebacks Will Result in the Suspension of Your Account
Is there an email limit in Express Email Marketing?
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