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Targeted Players Postal/Email/Phone

Discussion in 'Affiliate Issues' started by William, Nov 23, 2004.

    Nov 23, 2004
  1. William

    William Dormant account

    We have new targeted players lists ready for an immediate mail campaign.

    We have lists that contain the email address or if you want full profile lists with First Names, Last Names, Email Address, Postal Address and Phone Numbers we have those as well. All lists are actual players who have deposited money and played within the last 30 days at 4 casinos.

    You can rent some of our lists and have us provide the mailing services for you or purchase a list and use the information as you see fit.

    Reply to: This email is not visible to you.
  2. Nov 23, 2004
  3. Casinomeister

    Casinomeister Forum Cheermeister Staff Member

    = spam

    Do me a favor and check if there are any email addresses from casinomeister.com. If so, you have an evil spam list.
  4. Nov 23, 2004
  5. William

    William Dormant account


    There are some people who think that lists like these are nothing more then SPAM lists. But there are also people who think otherwise.

    These lists were purchased from casinos and sportsbooks who I have developed a relationship with and supply me with these lists from time to time. The lists that I receive are full profile lists and every one of the people in the lists have requested more information and promotional offers.

    I will run a query on the lists and see if there are any "casinomeister.com" email addresses and will remove them if I find any.

    Mail campaigns are very useful in obtaining new clients and work better then most other advertising. I understand your concerns with SPAM lists but I guarantee the lists I have are not your generic run of the mill SPAM list that were harvested from just anyone.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to ask.

  6. Nov 24, 2004
  7. Puresunshine

    Puresunshine Dormant account

    Full time entrepreneur
    Cut Throat Industry ...

    ya'll :p

    I need to get this off my chest ... but let me know if I'm wrong.
    So now that I realize this is a cut throat industry ...

    ^ We have no support from affiliate managers other then
    "I will bend over backwards for you, so I'll give you casino
    bonuses," So we have NO help in HOW to market their
    casinos other then giving us banners, text ads, banners,etc.
    Plus we gotta beg for casino bonuses to give to our members?

    ^ Then of course we get bashed everytime we post
    something regarding our business on these message boards.
    It's called SPAM ...
    So ... we have NO support from these affiliate managers and then
    webmasters are at war with each other on forums.

    Man, ya'll (speaking in general terms not just on this web board
    but everywhere else) are harsh. So this is the reality of this
    industry eh? I enjoy competition don't get me wrong but some
    times we gotta loosen up a bit.

    And why is my comment on this thread? I've never used William's
    service so I don't know how effective the list is, however it is a
    marketing strategy and if these people opted in to receiving updates/
    news/ bonuses then ... you have permission to email them. Also
    I'm assuming you have a disclaimer at the bottom so they can opt
    out if they decide they don't want to receive anymore emails.

    Peeps ... this is a type of advertising...how else do we as webmasters
    advertise? E-mail marketing has proven to work, why else do you
    think ppl have so much to say about it.

    Ahhh....feel much better. Thanks for listening ;)


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