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by chet.matrine » Sat Nov 11, 2017 12:12 am

Its risky, you definitely want to use a subdomain for this mail blast just in case your domain gets flagged as spam.
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by littleguy101 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:11 am

eMinnow wrote:Generally, what you will be doing is spamming these people which is never a good idea.
If you find an electricians list to rent where they have subscribed receive newsletters and updates via a third party such as yourself then that's fine but it would be difficult to find.
Having years of data mining and mailing experience the only real wat for you to do it successfully is to build your own list I am afraid to say.
If the product is great then trade magazines will love to feature it, build a subscribe form on your website and build contacts.

This is true. All marketing email is basically spam. As per the CSPAM act - sending email without the express written consent of the recipient is prohitibed by law, and punishable by fines and or jail time. Creators beware of your spam fraud tactics!
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