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    I should add that I did receive the email about me winning $100 Million in the sweepstakes though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    If anyone knows of a way to limit the number of emails that end up in a spam folder, I’m all ears. There are certain ‘tricks’ we have used, but there has not been a silver bullet solution. A good percentage of the emails we send are not even opened. And our average is actually way better than the industry average. It might just be something that has no definitive solution. Which brings me back to my long standing opinion that email is one of the least effective ways to engage an audience.
    Haha, Suntup emails are some of the only ones that I actually DO open
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    If anyone knows of a way to limit the number of emails that end up in a spam folder, I’m all ears. There are certain ‘tricks’ we have used, but there has not been a silver bullet solution. A good percentage of the emails we send are not even opened. And our average is actually way better than the industry average. It might just be something that has no definitive solution. Which brings me back to my long standing opinion that email is one of the least effective ways to engage an audience.
    To be sure, it really requires the recipient to add your domains to their "safe sender" list.

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    And probably on the user end, there is most likely a spot (called a white list) where you can say @suntup is not spam.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    If anyone knows of a way to limit the number of emails that end up in a spam folder, I’m all ears. There are certain ‘tricks’ we have used, but there has not been a silver bullet solution. A good percentage of the emails we send are not even opened. And our average is actually way better than the industry average. It might just be something that has no definitive solution. Which brings me back to my long standing opinion that email is one of the least effective ways to engage an audience.
    So you get informed about when emails are opened? Normally if a email software gives the option of not acknowledging receipt of an email, then I choose that option. I like plausible deniability (and privacy). I don't think my main personal email has that feature, but I believe I have disabled "read" notifications on my work email. (need to double check that)
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    I should add that I did receive the email about me winning $100 Million in the sweepstakes though.
    I hope it wasn't from a Nigerian prince. I read quite a few of them were arrested this week.
    Wanted:

    'Salem's Lot Portfolio #606..

    Also, replace 1st/1st that got stolen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd013 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    If anyone knows of a way to limit the number of emails that end up in a spam folder, I’m all ears. There are certain ‘tricks’ we have used, but there has not been a silver bullet solution. A good percentage of the emails we send are not even opened. And our average is actually way better than the industry average. It might just be something that has no definitive solution. Which brings me back to my long standing opinion that email is one of the least effective ways to engage an audience.
    So you get informed about when emails are opened? Normally if a email software gives the option of not acknowledging receipt of an email, then I choose that option. I like plausible deniability (and privacy). I don't think my main personal email has that feature, but I believe I have disabled "read" notifications on my work email. (need to double check that)
    I can put a "tracker" on individual emails that tracks how many times its been opened and let's me know when it is, regardless of the end-user settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd013 View Post
    So you get informed about when emails are opened? Normally if a email software gives the option of not acknowledging receipt of an email, then I choose that option. I like plausible deniability (and privacy). I don't think my main personal email has that feature, but I believe I have disabled "read" notifications on my work email. (need to double check that)
    I use Mailchimp which provides repots on open rates. For example, on email ABC your open rate was 48%. Meaning 52% of the emails were sent, but never opened. My guess is that the majority ended up in spam, so they are never seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by amd013 View Post
    So you get informed about when emails are opened? Normally if a email software gives the option of not acknowledging receipt of an email, then I choose that option. I like plausible deniability (and privacy). I don't think my main personal email has that feature, but I believe I have disabled "read" notifications on my work email. (need to double check that)
    I use Mailchimp which provides repots on open rates. For example, on email ABC your open rate was 48%. Meaning 52% of the emails were sent, but never opened. My guess is that the majority ended up in spam, so they are never seen.
    I do the same. I have all me email system set to not send read receipts so even though I open every one you probably miss that metric. Wouldn't surprise me if 10% of your population have that set

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    If anyone knows of a way to limit the number of emails that end up in a spam folder, I’m all ears. There are certain ‘tricks’ we have used, but there has not been a silver bullet solution. A good percentage of the emails we send are not even opened. And our average is actually way better than the industry average. It might just be something that has no definitive solution. Which brings me back to my long standing opinion that email is one of the least effective ways to engage an audience.
    I burned my @yahoo account in a Teamster fire barrel because it put your email in the spam folder. I was shocked it was in there. Now I need a new laptop.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BadHatHarry View Post
    I can put a "tracker" on individual emails that tracks how many times its been opened and let's me know when it is, regardless of the end-user settings.
    Please help me find:
    RED SNAKESKIN HORNS
    from Suntup Editions

    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    Chimera II
    from Centipede Press

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    I burned my @yahoo account in a Teamster fire barrel because it put your email in the spam folder.
    Outstanding.

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    The Horns extras didn't last long.
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    No they did not. If it was an hour it was a long time. But does that mean that these "extras" will add to the total up to 255 for sale instead of 250? I mean, not that I care for value. It just great that 5 were found and bought. I wonder
    if they went to people who did not get it the first time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    No they did not. If it was an hour it was a long time. But does that mean that these "extras" will add to the total up to 255 for sale instead of 250? I mean, not that I care for value. It just great that 5 were found and bought. I wonder
    if they went to people who did not get it the first time.
    I wouldn't think so. Maybe cancelled orders or whatnot.

    I saw an eBay ad that was attempting to sell a damaged AGE for $90
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    No they did not. If it was an hour it was a long time. But does that mean that these "extras" will add to the total up to 255 for sale instead of 250? I mean, not that I care for value. It just great that 5 were found and bought. I wonder
    if they went to people who did not get it the first time.
    I wouldn't think so. Maybe cancelled orders or whatnot.

    I saw an eBay ad that was attempting to sell a damaged AGE for $90
    Your logic makes more sense Brian. Probably cancelled orders. It's just the way Paul worded the email that's all.
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    Mike, the copies were part of the 250 limitation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by becca69 View Post
    Mike, the copies were part of the 250 limitation.
    That's what I thought afterwards. It would be weird if it were my way of thinking. But that thought did come from me so.. I guess it's to be expected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    But does that mean that these "extras" will add to the total up to 255 for sale instead of 250? I mean, not that I care for value. It just great that 5 were found and bought. I wonder
    if they went to people who did not get it the first time.

    After a shipment, it is normal for some extra copies to remain. The editor often reserves some copies, although there are always exceptions. But the limitation does not extend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black Miau View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    But does that mean that these "extras" will add to the total up to 255 for sale instead of 250? I mean, not that I care for value. It just great that 5 were found and bought. I wonder
    if they went to people who did not get it the first time.

    After a shipment, it is normal for some extra copies to remain. The editor often reserves some copies, although there are always exceptions. But the limitation does not extend.
    Yea, I am slowly learning that. I will stop this here because the more I try to explain myself, the sillier I sound.
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    Just got a shipping notice from Cemetery Dance, I guess I forgot I ordered from this from them way back so now I have an extra copy of the Horns AGE.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberGhostface View Post
    Just got a shipping notice from Cemetery Dance, I guess I forgot I ordered from this from them way back so now I have an extra copy of the Horns AGE.
    There are worse things to have extra of.
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    I don’t know a better place to put this request than here: I very badly want to own a red snakeskin copy of Horns, and while I fully plan on winning the drawing, should my luck fail, I’m willing to pay a very nice price for one!

    So if you find yourself in possession of a red snakeskin Horns after this weekend, and you’d rather be in possession of a cool chunk of cash, please do let me know!
    Please help me find:
    RED SNAKESKIN HORNS
    from Suntup Editions

    The Citadel of the Autarch, #100
    Chimera II
    from Centipede Press

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    Quote Originally Posted by lotuz View Post
    I don’t know a better place to put this request than here: I very badly want to own a red snakeskin copy of Horns, and while I fully plan on winning the drawing, should my luck fail, I’m willing to pay a very nice price for one!

    So if you find yourself in possession of a red snakeskin Horns after this weekend, and you’d rather be in possession of a cool chunk of cash, please do let me know!
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    I know the window for entering the drawing closes soon, but when will the winner actually be announced? Did I miss that bit of information?

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