What do you consider PURE GI ? and do you it on its own or with something else?

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  1. bgdaviduk

    bgdaviduk New Member

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    What do you consider PURE GI ? and do you email it on its own or with something else?

    I'd like to know from you guys what you consider PURE GI data? Is it everything apart of BIG 4 and Large Cable companies? Or do you exclude every single known cable company domain from there?

    do you send to Cable domains from the same ips you send GI? Or maybe just small cable domains along with GI and larger cable domains from elsewhere? i am trying to find out how should I segment that and what to email from which IPs

    or maybe I shouldn't get to concerned about it and just blast it out? lol

    appreciate your help...
     
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  2. HeartOfGold

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    I've seen it stated both ways, with cables included in GI and also not (by generally-accepted-mailer-definition, TLD refers to the big 4 (but refers to the Top-Level Domain, like .com or .net to everyone else, fyi)). The more information you can get on your data, the better...you need to find out what works best for your setup, your IPs, your lists, and so on.

    Test, test, test...and test some more. Seed the list with a couple emails you own (so you can physically see how different services handle your email...of course that's not often possible with GI and may be difficult with cables, since you generally have to be a customer), send a test, look at your bounces and failures.

    There's a sticky in the "noob" section for tools for the Big 4, where you can figure out what errors you're getting and why. Some cables also provide that information, if it's not linked somewhere here you can use your favorite search engine or check the site maps on the cable websites.

    If you just blast, you won't learn much. If you send, read logs, and learn something from each drop it will be far more beneficial to you in the long run. With GI you'll burn your IPs much faster.
     
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    We consider the following domains 'Top Level Domains". Everything else would be GI:

    *.rr.com
    adelphia.net
    aim.com
    alltel.net
    ameritech.net
    ameritrade.com
    angelfire.com
    aol.com
    atlanticbb.net
    att.net
    attglobal.net
    bellatlantic.net
    bellsouth.net
    bigfoot.com
    bresnan.net
    bright.net
    btinternet.com
    cableone.net
    centurylink.net
    centurytel.net
    centurytell.net
    charter.net
    chartermi.net
    citilink.net
    citlink.net
    clearwire.net
    comcast.com
    comcast.net
    compuserve.com
    concentric.net
    consolidated.net
    covad.net
    cox-internet.com
    cox.net
    cs.com
    dell.com
    earthlink.com
    earthlink.net
    embarqmail.com
    epix.net
    erols.com
    eudoramail.com
    excite.com
    execpc.com
    flash.net
    frontier.net
    frontiernet.net
    fuse.net
    gci.net
    geocities.com
    gmail.com
    go.com
    googlemail.com
    gte.net
    hotmail.co.uk
    hotmail.com
    hughes.net
    icqmail.com
    inbox.com
    insightbb.com
    iowatelecom.net
    iwon.com
    ix.netcom.com
    juno.com
    knology.com
    knology.net
    latinmail.com
    live.ca
    live.co.uk
    live.com
    localnet.com
    lycos.com
    mac.com
    mail.com
    mchsi.com
    mindspring.com
    msn.com
    myway.com
    netins.net
    netscape.com
    netscape.net
    netzero.com
    netzero.net
    ntlworld.com
    onebox.com
    optonline.com
    optonline.net
    pacbell.net
    peoplepc.com
    prodigy.net
    ptd.net
    q.com
    qwest.net
    rcn.com
    roadrunner.com
    rock.com
    rocketmail.com
    rogers.com
    rr.com
    sbcglobal.net
    sky.com
    snet.net
    sprintmail.com
    suddenlink.com
    suddenlink.net
    suddenlinkmail.com
    swbell.net
    tds.net
    usa.com
    usa.net
    uswest.net
    verizon.net
    voyager.net
    wavecable.com
    webtv.net
    wildblue.net
    windstream.net
    wmconnect.com
    worldnet.att.net
    wowway.com
    yahoo.ca
    yahoo.co.in
    yahoo.co.uk
    yahoo.com
    yahoo.es
    yahoo.fr
    ymail.com
    zoominternet.net
    zoomtown.com
     
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    Any domain with less than like 1k users..
     
  5. noobking

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    you should send as fast as you can for pure GI and block any domain that affect your delivery speed
     

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