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Big Businesses Email Appending Primer — The Pros And Cons Of Email Appending

By Bertram Dillon

Have you heard of email appending? Many businesses are considering using an email appending service as a way of expanding their customer database. However, there are a few things that you need to know about the process itself in order to ensure that you manage to get the maximum number of customers possible from each list that you append. Here is more about the process and how to ensure that you are successful.

If it is successful, email appending can be incredibly useful. The process is a fairly straightforward one. Many companies will have customer information lists that include names, addresses and telephone numbers but not email addresses. Email append companies have databases with email addresses and, when provided with the other information will try to cross reference the two lists in order to make the customer information listing complete.

Don’t be fooled by email appending companies. Although it can be a very effective method of contacting customers, there can also be drawbacks as well. The main one is that there can be cases of mistaken identities and the wrong people may end up being contacted via email, telephone or direct mail.

One of the major problems is finding ways to weed out uninterested individuals or those who are on your list erroneously. The last thing you want is for all of your emails to be diverted to the junk mail folder of someone’s in box or worse, to get your company blacklisted for sending spam.

You can minimize the cons of email appending if you make sure you choose a style of email that gives people the option of continuing to receive your messages and information. This will make sure that you are sending your messages to the people who want them and who are interested in what you have to offer or say. It can also prevent you from being listed as a spammer, which can cause problems down the road.

A successful email appending campaign is often dependent on finding the right company to work with. You want to make sure that the company you choose is one that has a large database so that you get the most possible contacts from one company. You want to look for updated databases that are maintained to ensure that they are as accurate as possible. Try and find companies that let customers opt in so that your messages do not go in the junk file and that are responsible about the way that they send out messages in order to prevent the spamming label.

You can find email appending services advertised on line and comparing the prices and what you get for the fees that they charge can help you pick the best and most-cost effective service to work with. Often, these services will offer you a set price per contact and you may find that if you need a large volume of names that you will be able to get a lower cost per contact. By doing your research first you will often have a better return on your investment.

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Dillon, Bertram "Big Businesses Email Appending Primer — The Pros And Cons Of Email Appending." Big Businesses Email Appending Primer — The Pros And Cons Of Email Appending. 21 Jun. 2010. 25 Dec 2014 <>.

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