E-mail Marketing

I have many e-mail address and i want to start E-mail Marketing tell me how to start ? how to buy email server to send lots of email ?

There are lots of email services like CampaignMonitor and MailChimp that are great for sending email campaigns, have very nice stats, autoresponders etc. and are quite cheap. However, they don’t want you sending out spam, so you have to be very careful where you got those addresses from. If the email address owners don’t know you have their address (i.e. they didn’t give it to you because they wanted your emails) you won’t find many services out there that want your business. You will basically be considered a spammer. The best way to get email addresses is to offer a great product and have people subscribe to your mailing list of their own accord. Otherwise, there will be a lot of spam boxes working overtime. :wink:

I agree with Ralph. You should be careful with your content to avoid being considered as spam.

Email is a very powerful marketing tool. In spite of spammers abusing the medium, email can still be used and is still valued by users for timely, rich and enticing information and advertisements. advantages of E-mail marketing are:
1:Global reach
2:Lower cost
4:Highly personalized
5:Round the clock marketing:
6:Targeted marketing

Hi RoseMary - you can find most of the answers to your questions within the new sticky I just posted about email marketing

I really don’t think at the email as a good marketing strategy. I ask my self if it is possible to make sells through email and i always answer at that with NO.

Rcaieftin - welcome to Sitepoint!

I’d have to disagree with you though. Just look at the number of companies offering email marketing services (would people still be using them if they didn’t work?) and look at the studies that show email marketing returns over $40 for every $1 you spend on it?

While I often try to put myself in my clients shoes and see things from their point of view, it’s dangerous to try to guess what someone may or may not like based only on your personal preferences.

I think email marketing may work better for some industries than in others, but the only way to know for sure is to test and measure the results you get.



First write about your service or site and send it to all the email addresses you have in your collection.

You are right about that, it’s dangerous to guess what someone else likes ! And also it’s true that email marketing doesn’t work on all domains !

P.S. : Thanks for welcome !

That is right. There’s no better way to find out how good it would be than testing it. But just make sure you avoid becoming a spam as a lot of emails do. I still get a lot of those in my inbox and I never read any of them anyway.

Be careful on shifting on email marketing. Some of the sites can easily distinguish whether it is a spam or not. :rolleyes:


E-mail marketing is very sensitive job to do because when you sending some one email to get response you need to do fully research about end user demand how they want specific product or services means you need to think end user way to buy or sale services or product

First of all start up with a user friendly website which will help the customers to know about the products and services being provided to them…:slight_smile:

You can find the email list on most effective keywords

  1. now if you are having social mail addresses than you are limited to send a certain number of mails.By setting a list on outlook you can send number of emails to targeted addresses.

  2. you can buy a server and afterward there is no restriction on sending email you can send as many emails as you wish.

  3. you have to buy a server there is a list of servers that you can easily find out.

Sending emails to customers encourages customer loyalty and repeat business. I am able to get repeat bussiness by offereing discount programs via email campaigns. The hard part is building an email list for a targeted audience.

E-mail marketing is useful; it helps us drive extra traffic to the site. There’s always significant peaks in traffic whenever we send emails. And if the emails are relevant and not spam, the bounce rate is at a nicely low limit, too.

Instead of promotional email designed only to encourage the recipient to take action (buy something, sign-up for something, etc.),you might send out retention emails.These usually take the form of regular emails known as newsletters. A newsletter may carry promotional messages or advertisements, but will aim at developing a long-term impact on the readers.