How to avoid being marked as spam

It all starts with asking permission. That means you shouldn’t even consider buying an email list or adding people to your database without consent.

When you establish an honest relationship with your subscribers from the very beginning, abuse emails should be foreign to your list.

Read this sound advice on maintaining an email list from Entrepreneur.com.

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