Over the years I have signed up for a few things that have caused me to receive email on a regular basis. Many of these emails are unwanted like the type you have to enter an email into a sign up form to get information for items such as an ebook or to access videos and things like that. Then the emails start with one offer or another and most of the time it is for things that I don’t care about or unrelated to the thing I signed up for in the first place. They are so annoying and thank goodness for spam filters that keep most of that junk out of my inbox. These type of emails and campaigns are annoying, are hard to stop or get removed from receiving them and because I don’t want more of these type of emails, I am careful of what I sign up for.
For example, a few years back I was looking to relocate to Austin, Texas and was looking at job boards for that area and signed up for one called AustinJobSite.com that would email new job opening to people looking. Well, since then my family and I decided to stay in Utah and I did not want to keep getting these emails so I went through the steps to be removed from the emailing list, yet I keep getting the emails. I have unsubscribed from the service a half dozen times and I still keep getting them and have been getting them for the last couple years.
Not all email-marketing campaigns are bad though. I have signed up for a few that I like and use. One of the emails that I get daily is Nomorerack.com. Nomorerack is a deal website that offers a verity of products from clothes and jewelry to electronics and accessories from anywhere from 40% to 70%. For example today Nomorerack has an offer for a Canon EOS Rebel T3 camera package for $559–a 63% savings and well, I want one and if I had an extra $600 right now I would probable order it today. Nomorerack is one that I will stay with because it does have some good offers with good deals that I can take advantage of from time to time.