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| | Re: Email: When is it a spam?
This is an old thread, but I would like to reopen this...
Some of the links in this thread I looked at, and I saw following roles regarding SPAM: They purchased something off you in the last 2 years
By making a purchase from you they have provided their permission implicitly. Feel free to email them but at the same time, we think it’s always better to ask anyway, so why not include an opt-in checkbox as part of the checkout process.
Is that still valid? I am starting a web shop up, where I am selling virus, pc-optimizer, and SPAM fighters - and it would not be great to be a SPAM provider.
I have some 30 days trial software, and I will send them 3 e-mails regarding this trail software:
- Email with the downloading of the trial software (telling about other software I have)
- After 26 days - sending a reminder regarding the trial, and link to the buy pages
- 30 Days - last chance to upgrade - buy here
Is the above e-mail flow SPAM?