In some situations it is very good business to attempt to employee email list gather written consent from vendors, clients and prospects to ask them for permission to send faxes. If you have their written permission then move forward. If not, don't. I personally know of one employee email list organization in Ohio who, being aware of the risk, sent a two page unsolicited Broadcast Fax to just over 3,000 businesses regarding an upcoming event. Three of the receivers decided to take employee email list action, and at $3,000 per page the sender lost over $18.000. Not exactly free! If you are only sending to those who request them, Broadcast Faxes are a fantastic communications tool if kept within reason.
But be very careful. Bulk email is another animal altogether. employee email list Since the only cost to the receiver is time lost opening unwanted emails, and since they are not forced to open these emails after reviewing the subject line, laws regarding bulk emails are employee email listsomewhat vague. If you are a legitimate marketer, however, you will want to stay within employee email list certain boundaries when using bulk email. First consider the list. If you have your own list, how was it gathered? If it is a list of customers, employees, vendors, prospects and other who are already aware of you, your products, your company or your services, the list should be fine.
It is still a good idea to send a message asking them if they employee email list would like to be placed on an Opt-Out list prior to sending other communications. If the list was gathered by means of using software which crawls the internet looking for email addresses then you employee email list are looking for trouble. The big trouble is not so much immediate financial penalties like Broadcast Fax, but the possibility that you will be placed on a blacklist and will be barred from sending employee email list future emails in bulk regardless of the quality of your future lists. To prevent this from happening, either use the list you have gathered from above.