Why We Don’t Send Emails To Bought Lists

by Kraig Guffey | Mar 16, 2016

It’s pretty simple. We don’t want our own emails sold to anyone willing to pay for them. So we don’t support the buying and sending to those lists.

My email is like my phone number. It’s a step into my personal space. I want to respect the space of others, the same way I would like my space respected. That old golden rule thing.

What’s wrong with some good old-fashioned outreach attempts to email addresses you don’t have relationships with? Nothing!

Do your research. Find the person’s contact information you are looking for, type out a compelling email, and send it.

We believe you should go about it the good old-fashioned way. Do your research, find the person’s contact information you are looking for, type out a compelling email, and send it. But buying a list, and sending the same email at mass to that list is SPAM. Plain and simple. And the only person I know that likes SPAM is my grandfather, and it ain’t the email kind.

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