Apparently the new rules of the road for email “marketing” (the quotes are not strictly necessary, but I don’t care) is that the people who spit it out can opt you in w/o asking as long as they let you opt out.

I appreciate the opt out, but I don’t appreciate having to process crap emails for lists I did not sign up to be on.

cc licensed flickr photo shared by RaGardner4

Nothing I am losing sleep over or raising blood pressure, just an observation.

The post "The New Rules of the Road for Email Marketing" was originally scraped from the bottom of the pickel barrel at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2010/07/opt-out/) on July 11, 2010.

1 Comment

  • Mike Bogle techticker.net

    The Report Spam button has become a heavily valued tool in Gmail for me. It’s a combination of concern that opting-out will set myself up for more spam (because I’ve confirmed I’m a real person), and a refusal to give them one iota more of my time than that.

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