Email Sequence Clarification

by Jenn Glidden
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  • #859

    Sean Mize
    Keymaster

    Jenn,

    I have about 3 main campaigns, and everyone, no matter what list or optin form they come from, goes to one of these campaigns.

    but I also create a unique optin form and list for each product, that way I can send them the 1 (one) download email for that product.

    But they stay on the main list.

    I purge my list of non-opens from time to time – I don’t do it every 30 days, but probably should . . generally do it sporadically when I feel the list is getting bloated

    Sean

    #877

    Buck McDaniel
    Participant

    Sean, purging non-openers in 30 days might be excessive. Maybe that’s how I lost touch with you last year.

    My email is set not to allow ET to “phone home” to prevent additional spam. You are one of 5 people whose emails I always open and read, no matter what! I lost track of you last year and thought you discontinued your faith-based coaching calls. It wasn’t until last week I discovered you were still at it.

    Very many people have spam-protection that prevents their emails from reporting delivery to minimize spam.

    Please consider that when canning email addresses. Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water…

    #915

    Jenn Glidden
    Participant

    Thanks Sean!

    Buck I clean my email list out of people who haven’t opened within 90 days. Cleaning it on a regular basis probably makes sense. It’s better for deliverability too, based on what I’ve heard from top email marketers.

    I was off Sean’s list for a while too! Glad to be back on it.

    #967

    Sean Mize
    Keymaster

    Buck,
    thanks for your thoughts on this . .

    Sean

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