SP*M is scourge of Internet. Everyone hates SP*M. Even SPA*MERS hate SP*M!
For average email user it's an annoyance. But for Internet marketer it represents a serious threat. If you're sending ezines, autoresponder messages or solo ads as a means of building your business, then there's every chance that between 10% and 50% of your recipients never get your email.
It's SP*M blockers you see.
More and more email users have installed SP*M blockers to prevent all thrash from ever reaching their inbox. Likewise, an ever-increasing number of ISPs use similar technology to protect their users.
This represents a serious challenge to legitimite marketer who's sending legitimite emails to legitimite opt-in recipients.
It's gotten to point where I can't even spell word SP*M in this article for fear it never reaches you. I should also avoid words like FR*E or M*NEY or OPP*RTUNITY or even something apparently harmless like CLICK BEL*W!!
In fact, there's so many things that will clock up points on SP*M blocker's index, that it's getting near impossible for us to write anything in our emails. (If you're interested, you can see an extensive list of kind of stuff that will earn you SP*MMER points at http://spamassassin.org ests.html).
So what can you do to get around this problem?
Simple. You've got to determine whether emails you send out are going to pass SP*M blockers criteria or not.
Here's how to do it without spending a penny...