Too many IPs for yahoo?

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  1. postmaster

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    Hello All,

    With the risk of being a lamer, I'm going to ask a question with my first post here. :)

    I took an extended vacation from mail, and recently started back up. I mail primarily yahoo. I have been working on warming up some ips, but it has been futile so far. I suspect I need to build a small, more responsive list for successfully warming up.

    Soooooo... I've decided to go ahead and ramp up volume on "unwarmed" ips in hopes of capturing clickers to build a good warm up list. Then I'll go back to attempting to warm up ips again.

    My question is...

    Can you use too many ips from the same class c when mailing yahoo these days??

    My concern is getting my whole range TS03'd if I use too many at once, or too soon together. Like I said, it's been a while since I've heavily mailed, but I remember triggering TS03 a couple years ago IF too many ips were getting FBLs in a day... I seem to remember it being 14 or 15 ips... but I don't know the parameters now.

    Any help will be reciprocated... I'm fairly knowledgeable about mailing, but I've been out of the loop for too long, and need to get back up to speed a bit.

    Thanks,
    Postmaster

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  2. postmaster

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    No help here?

    Maybe I wrote too much. Let me shorten it...

    Can you use too many ips from the same class c when mailing yahoo these days??

    Thanks.
     
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    I think the answer to your question is in your question (said in best Zen master voice).

    The point about how RESPONSIVE your data is is far more important. Yahoo wants ENGAGED people (ie clickers and openers) and they want your IPs to have reputation before you start hammering people with offer after offer.

    Start slow @ very low amounts per IP, build up volume on the IPs, keep bounces to a minimum and you can mail an entire class C and keep yahoo very happy as long as the people you are mailing are responding to your mail.

    HTH,

    Jedi
     
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    Thank you for the response.

    I know what you're saying for sure... My current issue is I need to BUILD the data to effectively warm ips first. To do that, I will need to mail without warming ips, then collect clicker data.

    If you have any suggestions and parameters I need to be forewarned about, please let me know! I don't want to ruin my ips before I get started!

    Thanks...
     
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    You can always buy Y! clicker data :33:

    PM me if you're interested....
     

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