eMarketing Consultant at eMarketingHut.com
21 May 2007 15:00pm
1 - On the user's request, remove him/her from our email marketing but retain their access to the system.
2 - On the user's request, remove him/her from our email marketing as well as their access to the system.
Would the first option be best as it retains the user for future campaings? or would the second approach work better as it would detter users from opting out?
Are there any legalities associated with any of either of these two options?
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
21 May 2007 16:27pm
hi, Marco, how are you?
without knowing any of your specifics - i would go for the first option every time. here are a few off-the-top-of-the-head reasons why I wouldn't go with option 2:
I hope that helps,
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