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Re: [epub] Question about confirmations
At 08:43 AM 4/25/2001 -0500, eBook News wrote:
> > > What should I do? How necessary are confirmations? Have any of you
> > > had trouble with them?
>Keep confirming them, it will benefit you in the long run. Sure,
>it will seem as though you are not getting that many
>suscribers. But at least you know the one's that do subscribe
>really do want your ezine. And are more likely to read it for
>years to come.

I agree with that. But I also think that you lose some
subscribers that really do want your ezine by requiring them
to respond to a confirmation email. There are advantages
and disadvantages to both approaches. Requiring confirmations
is obviously the "safer" route.

One thing that helps is to make sure your "thank-you page" (the
page that visitors see after filling out a subscription form on
your site) reminds new subscribers to check their email right
away and respond to the confirmation message.


Brian Alt
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