Sending bulk e-mails from an account is often construed as spam by the service provider. This often results in a user being blacklisted and unable to use an account for an allotted period of time set out by the email server. However, there are several e-mail senders that can send bulk messages without the same ramifications. Some services are free, while others are paid providers; however, almost all send bulk messages from an easy-to-use formatter.
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Things you need
- Mass e-mailing software
Compile the list of e-mails you wish to use. If you are marketing, lists can be bought from a seller who has compiled them already. Lists can be purchased according to socioeconomic status, age, gender or other statistics.
Download bulk e-mailing software (see Resources).
Create your message in the mailer window. Add your company's address and phone number to appear more legitimate and less like general spammers.
Copy/paste your list of e-mails in to the e-mailer window, ensuring they are in the BCC window. Some e-mail services also verify the e-mails to remove those that are no longer active and can slow down your e-mailing time.
Send the mass e-mail after double checking that your entire message is as you want it.
Tips and warnings
- Double check the laws in your state to ensure that you do not need a license to send e-mails to random people. Otherwise, only use a list that individuals have voluntarily signed up for.
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