Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion, started by Kamal Sharma, May 2, 2021
thank you so much sir.
I would like to show my respect for @Mike Goodman who still tries to guide courteously and with patience.
... where they spend eternity eating Spam.
I wish I could say the same for you....
but you have to eat this .... coz u spammed in this thread.
Don't worry.. I will meet u there..
If someone reported you with something like SpamCop then you would be reported all the way up the line not just to google.
How to report incoming spam via SpamCop.net such as unsolicited domain offers SEO offers any Spam
So the only reason that you come to this Forum is to see if someone can help you to spam again.
You have no interest in domaining and you will dislike if someone criticized your spamming.
Why should someone help you to spam again?
I rest my case and I don't care if you like or dislike my posts.
And this, ladies and gentlemen, is a perfect example of why our freedoms get limited.
It's the few, who screw it up for the many. Always. It's too bad the OP needed rules to tell him it's not ok to run up to random people and throw junk mail in their face. The consequences of your actions and others like you have affected millions of email users, and not in the most delightful way.
May your IP stay blacklisted for eternity. Because this response
is about as convincing as a 5 year old promising not to eat the cookie before dinner.
I don't know sir.. What is bothering you.. I am new to domaining and learning the outbound process..a few days back I even didn't know that what I was doing is wrong.. now I wanna proceed in a good way then I come here to ask for some good suggestions..but repeatedly response from u is very demotivating..and if this is how u response to learners is not good...
At last, I didn't dislike your comment ... I disagreed with it.
It would be good if you suggest to me some ways to proceed ... and may your freedom remains limited
and firstly go and eat some food as you are talking about something like cookies, eat etc
No, I will not apologize
Well it's looking as though we have an arrogant fool, whether a miscreant or not. @Kamal Sharma I have given you the way forward. Others have made comments which you should at least have the courtesy to listen to.
Rejecting their inputs and doing it rudely will make you unwelcome here. I for one shall not be responding to any further cries from you for help of any kind.
sir, I am accepting the good replies but those who are just saying bad are what I feel baseless bcoz I am just asking for advice and to listen to bad words in reply is not what I expected. but got ur point.
This is namepros not spampros I think you are in the wrong forum.
the hypocrisy some of you acting all high and mighty
guess no one on namepros does outbound
I don't view the occasional inbound poke the same as spineless nonstop spamming, where filters or captchas or contact forms or email obfuscation has to be implemented because of it. Come on now, you know exactly what this thread is about.
There are a lot of out bounders that do respect a non or no-interest reply and respect that, kudos to them. Try once, and leave it alone. Avoid mass targeting, keep it customized and maybe just maybe it won't be seen as gaming the system.
But really, I don't care about your SEO tactics or similar domain.. because if you took two seconds to research me rather than just scraping my email you'd see you'd have a better chance at selling a fax machine at a broadband convention.
Change ISP or buy a local dedicated residential IP proxy and stop spamming.
Mistakes can happen.
It's not your IP, it's your email ID that is blacklisted. Just get a new email and use it properly. You won't have any problem.
@Kamal Sharma ISP is providing their clients with a Dynamic IP address, that mean when you reboot your Router/modem i'ts will automatically assigned a new ip address using DHCP.
I suggest you to stop using Gmail with inbound and stop also spamming, Because it's bad + there will be 0 results.
Get a custom domain with zoho, and when you try to inbound make sure the letter is unique and Don't try to mass send, send one email by each time to avoid being blacklisted again. and don't send more than 15 emails per day if you want your emails to go straight to the inbox folder.
@coolhands some ISPs give out static ips it all depends on your subscription with them
default subscription that come for the ISP is dynamic ip, until you have asked them for a static ip, Because a static IP does cost more, and used most by companies not individual,
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