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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unsubscribe.

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Examples

  • A “clean” list is ideally double opt-in (someone signs up, then has to click a link in their email before being added to the list), does not have addresses on it that have bounced more than once, handles unsubscribes immediately and unceremoniously, has a zero-tolerance spam policy, etc.

    The first tutorial. Soon… soon… | Johnny B. Truant

  • These places will handle your subscribes and unsubscribes for you.

    Penny C. Sansevieri: 12 Ways to Create a Mailing List That Will Sell Books

  • The newsletter I just sent out has already had three unsubscribes, one with a complaint as spam, clearly from a competition entering person who totally forgot they had signed up.

    Archive 2010-03-01

  • Maxine - I can see why too many unsubscribes could be considered suspicious, I just think 1% is a very low threshold, particularly for a relatively small list.

    Important lesson for newsletter owners

  • I send out a weekly E-zine, and if one person unsubscribes, I'm scouring my commentaries with all the insecurity of 13-year-old scanning the mirror for potential zits.

    Lisa Earle McLeod: Why I'm Un-friending My Husband on Facebook

  • People respond better closer to election time, opens go up, and unsubscribes go down.

    E-mail's Moment of Truth

  • All the while, you run the risk of increasing unsubscribes and creating more work for yourself.

    Blog Posting Frequency: Blog the Snot Out of It

  • If someone unsubscribes, is it creepy for me to email them and politely ask why they left?

    Wired Top Stories

  • As long as there is no registration, I can't forsee retail spam ever being a problem, since RSS is simply a dynamic query string ... and retailers couldn't risk the unsubscribes, since they get no name or email to remarket, etc.

    The Social Software Weblog

  • You probably already think about frequency quite a lot; you want to send emails as frequently as makes sense for your business, but not so frequently as to annoy your customers (which you determine by monitoring response rates -- opens, clicks, sign-ups, purchases, unsubscribes and complaint rates).

    CRM Buyer

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