N00b Alert! Need advice on my 170K list of IM BUYERS

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  1. R0ckStun

    R0ckStun New Member

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    Mailing successfully through iContact, Imnica and analytic Approach, etc . 170K Internet Marketing BUYERS from a Google CPA offer 1 year ago.. It was a $1 front end with a forced continuity of $80 a month. generated 1 mil buyers before it was shut down. I partnered with a guy to aquire data> i do the work we split 50/50

    I scrubbed it down to 170K and mail NO Aol Yahoo MSN Hotmail. What I have lesft is doing about $500 a day, no $300 a day :) mailing straigh Clickbank Biz Op and Weight loss offers.


    I have about 600,000 yahoo aol hotmails unmailed, I need to get out. they will be about 20 % bounce but the rest are from this same converting dataset.


    When the came in they are agreed to a TOS that allowed them to be mailed in the future.

    Suggestions.
     
  2. roundabout

    roundabout VIP

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    No really $150 a day, no $50 a day, no, actually, you're not even mailing the data yet.

    Are you looking to learn Big 3 here, or have somebody mail the old shitty data for you with 20% bounce rate?

    Have you tried mailing that chunk of data yet? If you've been hammering GI all this time, you might have aged/warmed the IPs enough to get some of that Big 3 in.. try it.
     
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    derekc2m New Member

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    I would ease some of that Big 3 data in a little bit at a time.
     
  4. airin

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    I would give something else a try besides Clickbank offers...

    Clean the bounces outside of your normal ranges and then try mailing with the IPs you are currently using.
     

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