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why opt-out is a bad approach to building a listViews: 439
Dec 23, 2005 1:07 pm re: re: re: why opt-out is a bad approach to building a list

Alison Boston
Well, I've read this thread and am starting to understand the reasoning behind the opt in. Lisa, you suggested putting an opt-in on my website. I'm not sure I know hows to do that - I am still building my site and still learning how to do everything I want to do and make it look the way I want it to look. Still learning.

Would it be appropriate if in a month's time I send another email to everyone apologising for the automatic add-on to the December mailing and inviting them to opt-in to a regular mailing?

P.S. I made a mistake when I said my viewers were looking at 2000 plus pages a day - I looked at the stats again last night - (I am still learning how to read and understand those) I don't know where I got that figure from!
I am a newbie, I hope I can be smart.

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