Spam is a bigger and bigger problem nowadays. Recently Ralph Wilson, Paul Myers, and other Net marketing gurus have written about the problems that spam is causing honest, hard working Net marketers.
Actually, while spam is the fundamental root of our
problems, the anti-spam measures that large ISPs and
important free e-mail hosts (like Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail)
undertake are what hurts legitimate Net marketers.
Much like tuna nets catch dolphins by mistake, their spam
filters catch us. So the SiteSell SpamCheck Tool is a quick
way for honest marketers to make sure that their e-mails are
less likely to be considered spam by ISPs, by Yahoo! Mail and
Hotmail (which tosses you into their Junk folders) and even
by individual filters set up by an ever-growing number of
recipients around the world.
Here's how it works...
STEP 1: Copy-and-paste your subject, but start your subject
with the word "TEST" (without the quotes, in UPPER CASE) so
that we know this is a test e-mail. (If the subject does NOT
start with TEST, we'll assume it's REAL spam and delete it).
Here's a sample subject...
TEST Flower-Lovers Ezine #007: Peonies for the Yukon
STEP 2: Copy-and-paste the rest of your e-zine and simply
send it, exactly the way you would send it to your
You'll get a report back (in seconds, perhaps a few minutes
if volume is heavy) telling you how good or bad your e-mail
is, from a spam-detector's point of view. You will receive
a full, free report of all corrections that you should make
to your zine, in order to stay out of the junk folders. It
does NOT, of course, actually comment on WHAT you write --
first, it's not that smart. And second, the actual content
is YOUR business! ;-)
And remember, this SpamChecker is just one feature of the
E-zine MailOut tool, which itself is merely one part of the
entire system of Site Build It! tools... guaranteed to make
any small business succeed online... in a tenth of the time
... at a tenth of price.
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