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Email List Predicament: Is This OK?

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

There’s the CAN-SPAM law, but its application in specific situations is often confusing and subject to interpretation. There’s what “everyone else&# is doing, which may or may not reflect the law or best practices! So, we need some help to sort this out.

CAN-SPAM Act – What Do I Need To Know?

JCA Insights

You need to understand and abide by the CAN-SPAM act. First of all, it’s CAN-SPAM as in “stop spam” rather than “canned spam,” the lunchmeat Monty Python couldn’t live without. don’t allow recipients to opt out. New to e-marketing?

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Email Rules to Live By

A Small Change

By following the rules, you can make sure that your email blasts do not start to become SPAM and that you can build trust and accountability with your donors. The law governing mass emailing is often referred to as CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. Although this law was written for businesses, it does apply to nonprofit organizations. Fines can be levied that are as high as $16,000 per individual illegal email sent. The CAN-SPAM Act.

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6 Overlooked Ingredients Your Year-End Emails Need

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Linking to an effective contact page that answers how people can contact your nonprofit and why they should want to contact your nonprofit can help donors find the right way to get in touch if they have an important question. It''s also important that you put in an easy way for readers to opt-out of your nonprofit emails (and if you''re not sending from a email service provider like Constant Contact , be aware of CAN-SPAM laws ).

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