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Does it ok to purchase the targeted email list to get sales?

Hi, does it ok to purchase the targeted email list to get the sales?

Example from the websites like Leadsblue, data.com, usa info etc places.. please guide me.

With best regards,
Luther.

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buying email list for sale

Hi luther513,

i haven't used these mentioned sites though i can say this even if you get some one's email just don't spam them with email pitches just introduce yourself and if they respond then you can start a relationship from there. that's my opinion.

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E-Mail Marketing

Yes at the start of your business it is ok but as per trend changes you also change the strategies of marketing.

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e-mail Marketing

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Little late but..

Ok, I'm a little bit late for a party but still ready to help.

First of all - it depends. If you want just to send emails and hope for lead the shotgun approach may work. However, I was talking with some companies and with the statistics that they were providing, I would pay $40 for one click into link inside of the email. So long story short - CTR from these lists are most of the time lower than 1%

If you want to get clients with email instead of spending money on lists do some prospecting by yourself and use tool like reply.io or woodpecker.co - with good prospecting and cold email strategy you can achieve at least 50% open rate of your emails. In no time you'll be able to prospect 100 - 200 contacts per day which means that around 50 - 100 highly targeted prospects will see your message. For me, at least, quality beats quantity every time.

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