Solo Delivery Clarification Request
Solo Delivery Clarification Request
Cliff Carrigan
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17 posts / 12 likes
Being a long-time full time internet marketer I have done email marketing extensively for many years.

It has always been my experience that when you send out a mailing, you'll have stragglers.... People who see your message but are busy at the moment so they come back to it a few hours later, open it and click through.

However, what I am seeing here is that once the seller stops sending traffic, everything stops. Not a single opt-in or visit increase once the sellers stops sending for the day.

I'm not understanding how that is possible and need clarification since I likely do not understand the process here.

Even after a solo ad seller stops mailing, there should realistically be at least some people who received that didn't read it right away and waited until a few hours later, which would mean that your visitor count and optins would continue for a while even after the solo provider stopped mailing.

So, am I missing something here? - Is there something in place that prevents the email recipient from clicking through the message a few hours after it has been delivered?
Posted 1 Sep at 19:17
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Jeanie Wafford
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They all are using "Overdelivery control" now :)
Posted 4 Sep at 11:16
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Cliff Carrigan
47
17 posts / 12 likes
Yes - it looks like the over-delivery control is quite advanced now. :-) ... Thanks for the reply Jeanie!
Posted 4 Sep at 11:32
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Rick Ling
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224 posts / 41 likes
Plus one can control clicks thru external trackers as well.... Cliff.. :)
Posted 4 Sep at 13:01
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Cliff Carrigan
47
17 posts / 12 likes
Of course you're right Rick - I do it all of the time myself. - I had just never seen the transition so abrupt. But I'm all set now, thanks for the reply.
Posted 4 Sep at 13:08
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Rick Ling
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224 posts / 41 likes
no prob anytime....
Posted 4 Sep at 15:06
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