Why? Let's take an example. I found messages in the SPAM tab today. Below you will see a small fragment of them. There were many e mails advertising the purchase of heart rate monitors. Apart from language errors sending a dozen or so messages about heart rate monitors a day will not encourage me to buy. Why? Here are the reasons the content of the message does not reach the target group the messages ended up in the SPAM tab which I do not check a dozen messages every few hours? This definitely deters intrusive advertising and I don't like it does not inspire confidence I'm not even going to open this message to see what's inside.
How could it be done better? Please note that all these messages ended up in the SPAM tab which hardly anyone visits. And when someone does it it's just to click on the whatsapp mobile number list magic button delete all SPAM . Has anyone been able to ship this? I seriously doubt it. A much better soluion for the sender would be to first think about who his target group is and then try to reach them through various channels e.g. by setting up a landing page blog launching an advertisement etc. in which he would place the newsletter subscription form. consents to be unchecked or be secured with double opt in.
Such activities require more work but the broadcaster can be sure that people interested in medical equipment especially heart rate monitors find their way to their database. Then sending e mails with an offer to such people will surely meet with an Open Rate higher than and a satisfactory conversion. And that's what it's all about right? Be sure to read Can I buy a mailing list? It's for our common good! Our procedures did not come out of nowhere. It is also not an action to the detriment of senders! Blocking risky lists is in our common interest. First of all as you can see in the example above sending to unsaved and uninterested people only generates costs and does not bring much revenue.