GI vs TLD

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  1. damian

    damian Active Member

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    What's GI
    What's TLD
    What are the differences between the two when it comes to mailing

    I'm barely getting into the game and want to know what i should start with.
     
  2. damian

    damian Active Member

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    okay so you are saying this is a GI Mailing scenario right?
    targeting certain people in certain niches.
    Maybe the payday niche. Mailers are going to want their source of traffic probably from previous payday loan borrowers. To get those types of leads they will probably buy them from payday loan sites like (paydayone.com/2apply4cash.us/etc) In the end once they have acquired a mailing list the list will consist of ordinary email addys from average joe people like ([email protected])

    So what would be a TLD mailing scenario?
     
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    No, that is not what SG suggested. GI does not mean general interest. GI = General Internet.

    If you mail TLD this is suggesting (in terms of mailing) that you are hitting AOL, Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo. If you mail GI, you are sending to emails with domains other than those.

    You are simply referring to niches or demographics. GI and TLD only refer to the domains.
     
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    Can we simply say GI is b2b data?
     
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    the main difference in mailing these comes down to resource management.

    TLD = long term, reputation building, IP health and warming

    GI = churn-n-burn

    Both offer fantastic revenue earning possibilities. Both come with their own unique problems. Both require constant learning.
     
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