AOL Ranges: How Long Should They Last?

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  1. DaMadHatter

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    For those who do a lot of AOL mailing, how long can you make your AOL ranges last?

    * One Week?
    * One Month?
    * Six Months?

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    I think a lot of it comes down to how you mail on them.

    Although I concede your point that AOL /21 blocks and smaller tend to last longer than a larger footprint.
     
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    Over the years I have only dealt with 100's of mailers, so what would I know? I defer to you.

    Not from what we've seen from our position, but again, I will defer to your wisdom.

    Fair enough.
     
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    Not everyone mails only ADKi, in fact many of the biggest mailer operations in the space do not push it at all for various reasons. That said, I appreciate you sharing your experience on this topic at hand. Thank you.
     
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    There are people who do this, yes. I do not recall if DA has this built in or not. But you can license, build, or purchase software that will manage your links like you're suggesting. However, it can get costly if you license it and push a lot of volume. We've looked at what was out there on the market a few months back.
     

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