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E-mail Marketing

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Summary:
Out of all the most crafty marketers you know, the one that just about
everyone hates is the spammer, the good news is that Spam is almost dead.
It has been greatly taken over by the use of e-mail marketing. It is said
that Spam is on the decline, contrary to popular belief. The rate that it
is falling is approximately 13% per year. Why? Because the marketer now
sees that e-mail is the marketing choice for the pros. By the year 2010
they say that Spam will in fact be a thing ...


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Out of all the most crafty marketers you know, the one that just about
everyone hates is the spammer, the good news is that Spam is almost dead.
It has been greatly taken over by the use of e-mail marketing. It is said
that Spam is on the decline, contrary to popular belief. The rate that it
is falling is approximately 13% per year. Why? Because the marketer now
sees that e-mail is the marketing choice for the pros. By the year 2010
they say that Spam will in fact be a thing of the past. It is also
interesting to note that the market spending in this fashion will grow
from $885 million, to $1.1 billion dollars in as little time as well.

It is said that the bulk of the e-mailing for businesses in the year 2010
will be of the transactional, acquisitioned, and retention methods. With
the remainder of e-mail leveling out between customers gain and personal
e-mails heading up the rest. It is clear to see why the Spam is
diminishing at such a rapid rate; the e-mail filtering system is getting
stronger almost monthly. The amount of Spam that the average everyday
user will receive will be cut in half from 2005 to 2010. This will set
the pace for the e-mail marketing to take over. With new technology in
place, it is easy for someone to recognize the difference between Spam
and an actual e-mail from a company that is doing a follow up for
business purposes.

It is clear by consumer reports that individuals will stay clear from e-
mail servers that do not offer top of the line Spam filters. This is not
to say that there are not still a plethora of servers available to the
open market. The reason for the big concern right now is the cost of
incorrectly blocked e-mails. This rate is at approximately $107 million
dollars right now; it is expected to fall to approximately $88 million by
2010. In turn this will make for a much easier time to reach out to the
consumer, by way of e-mail marketing once the Spam is truly eradicated.
It is the idea that there will be a very organized arena for e-mail
marketing that has business owners in fits of joy. They truly know the
potential for this wonderful and inexpensive medium.

The improvement of the practices in list management will be stronger, and
the ISP will have a stranglehold on the Spam. With all this technology,
and the will to make the marketplace a safer business realm, it is clear
that e-mail marketing can easily be allowed into the fold as one of the
most productive marketing and business tools for the future. For now we
still have to deal with all this junk called Spam.

				
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