When "Bulk" Mailing TLD, Objective Just to Deliver or Hit Inbox?

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  1. PC700

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    In regards to mailing TLD data at 1MM+ emails a day" for CPA lead gen offers:

    From some reading on various blogs, it sounds getting data through RevShares and other means of cheap high volume TLD data, a lot of people don't realistically try to hit the inbox. They just want to make sure it delivers and they will still be profitable.

    3 Questions to those sending 1MM + a day:

    1. Do you inbox or just aim to deliver?

    2. Is it that certain ISP's are more easily inboxable (perhaps AOL) and everyone goes for inbox on those, and for the rest the goal is just to deliver to spam?

    3. What are realistic open rates?
     
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    inboxing is where the money is at.
     
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    In giving the real answers to your 3 questions, I'll come off as a glib prick.

    1. Both
    2.Yes and No
    3.It depends.

    Here's a link from our blog that MIGHT help:

    http://www.volomp.com/email-marketing/bulk-email-deliverability-issues/

    Sounds like you're very seriously considering switching to a mailing platform. I suggest you poke around our blog and talk to a couple companies. There's some smart/capable people on this forum (some). Arm yourself with knowledge, talk to a couple different vendors. Beyond tech and pricing concerns, it may just come down to a personality choice; who you think you can stand to deal with when the shiz gets hectic.
     

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