Feb 08, 2022
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The concern of many Luxembourg B2B List people is that because of this free trend, there may in the not to distant future, come a drastic change in emails as we know it. What if we would be charged for every email that was sent out, or even for every email sent and received? We know that this applies to text messages, and that you have to pay Luxembourg B2B List for every text message that you send and that you receive. So it is really that far of a stretch to imagine having to pay the same way for emails? Probably not. What would be the effect on internet and email marketers if there would be a fee on emails? Could it be devastating or would it simply be a hurdle? For some internet and email marketers Luxembourg B2B List it would be devastating because many internet marketers start with nothing to work with, or on an extremely limited budget. Having to pay an additional fee for sending out emails would put a dent in their budget, so now it would be compared to sending out regular mail. Chances are that it would Luxembourg B2B List still be cheaper than sending out direct mail pieces, but it would be a cost non-the less. We know that many of the people we have trained throughout the years could not have gotten started if they would have had to pay for their emails. In fact most of them probably would not have gone into internet marketing if they would have had to pay for email marketing. If we look at it realistically, charging Luxembourg B2B List for example a penny for an email would not be unfair. So two pennies, one to send and one to receive which is not a large amount. What about the people that are building email lists of over ten or fifteen thousand people? That would first of all mean that these internet marketers would be faced with a cost of about $100-$150 pr email blast. Now if the email marketer is on top of what he is doing, chances are that he is sending out at least one email a week. Granted if you have a mailing list that size, you would Luxembourg B2B List not be faced too much with paying the $100 or a $150.