Freelance at Emarketing Manager
18 March 2009 11:02am
I was asked recently, if emailing to clients with correctly configured landing pages but if you get spam reported, can this blacklist your site from search engines.
I;d imagine it'd have to be very substantial. I've never come across this before. I believe that SEO and email marketing are apart. For example if you gmail blacklisted, well that's it. It's not the entire Google will blacklist you for having some spam complaints.
I'd like to know if anyone has ever heard of this as if so, using applications like Send to my friends, or forward to a friend etc, needs to be treated very cafefully.
My gut reaction is this is a myth, but one I've not come across to date and I'd love to find out more!
CEO at Incerta Internet Advertising and Information Technologies
21 March 2009 14:54pm
Mail blocks because of the spam reports are totally on the different side. So you do not have to worry about blacklisting your site from search engines.
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