Bulk email Lists or Scraping?

If you wanted to send out 5 million emails, where would you get the email addresses? Would you rent or buy a list? Would you use a scraper?

There are problems to both those methods. When you buy a list, the data is often outdated and you’ll likely get a high percentage of bounced or undeliverable emails. If your undeliverable rate goes too high, you risk getting your campaign shut down by your ISP.

If you use a scraper, it’s illegal to send emails out to those addresses because you don’t have permission.

So what’s the alternative? You can use a bulk email service that has co-registration agreements. The service I work with has over 1,300 partners like Netflix, eBay, Amazon, Career Builder, Career Track, WSJ, and many more.

We get over 200,000 new opt ins a day that are fresh and verified. This keeps deliverability rates and open rates higher than what you’d get with a purchased list.

The ROI is the most important metric that matters, and this service delivers. We have clients who continue to send 5-10 million emails out every week because they’re earning more in sales than what it costs to send out the emails.

We have a client who sells fine Egyptian sheets (bedding) who sends out 10 million emails every week. He sells 200 sets per week at $40 each from our emails. So for him it’s a no-brainer and he keeps reordering.

There are plenty of videos and sites that attempt to teach a person how to send bulk emails buy buying software that they’re selling. If you ever feel like wasting a whole weekend and too many hours to count, try it for yourself. I promise you that it’s one huge headache of a problem that’s best outsourced to the professionals.

I’m in a business opportunity where they have a professional phone team that handles all the calls to upgrade buyers to a higher level. These guys are stone cold professionals who are experts at helping my clients upgrade by solving their problems.

If someone in this business wanted to make their own calls to upgrade their own prospects, they have the option to do it and earn a little more. But just like the bulk emailing proposition, for most, selling over the phone is a very difficult skill to learn and could take months of practice.

It also takes a lot of time, patience, dedication, and commitment if you have a lot of prospects. That’s why most of the biggest earners in the company let the phone team do the work for them so they can continue to focus on the business building processes.

Bulk emailing is fraught with technical and legal hurdles, not to mention the enormous time it takes to get it all setup and working. In my opinion, it’s best left to the pros.

Fill out the contact form or join the bulk email list for a quote.

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