New to email marketing

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    seekingkriska New Member

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    Hello, my name is Kristina, I'm new to email marketing and I wanted to introduce myself. :01:
     
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    Welcome, Kristina... tell us a bit about what you're doing, or trying to do, and how your results have been so far... you'll get plenty of help.
     
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    So, here is my situation. I have a list of 550,000 opted-in email recipients. I'm assured that the list is clean and hasn't been blacklisted. I obtained the list from a data broker, who is a close personal friend. The issue that I'm having is that the several companies that I have researched don't allow third party lists. What I would like to know is how to get my own platform and servers or is there a company out there that will accept my list. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time.
     
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    I was told VelocityMarketingSoftware.com accepts 3rd party lists.
     
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    Clean the list. Always clean the list.

    Velocity will do it I think. Kobeni also. Not the best person to recommend which software to use for mailing.
     
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    Hey Kristina, Welcome... Hanovers right about clean lists, but what are you mailing? GI? Aol? Yahoo? etc...
    So you have a list that you believe can generate some revenue, thats the easy part... Now you want to start generating leads for networks, in youe beginning stages of mailing, i would spend a few hours scrolling thru some of the topics on this site, not an easy game i'll tell ya, can be very rewarding as well, who you get involved from the beginning will be huge. You may want to start with a full service company until you get the feel, sometimes it takes a while to get the feel, depends on how much time and effort you put in, constant battle, but there are rewards to reap. Try an outfit like pushsend or there are others out there, good luck.....
     

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