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Unread 17th Sep 2013, 04:17 PM   #1
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Hi people!
I've just received what seems to be a spam email promoting Rocket Responder. I hadn't heard of it before, and I'm looking for a decent autoresponder for list building. At the top of my list was GetResponse. So, is Rocket Responder any good? Worth looking at? Pros/cons?
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I'm testing out some of the feature of rocketresponder right now so far so good.
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I'm testing out some of the feature of rocketresponder right now so far so good.
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How it's going? Is it still OK?

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I use it and have had no problems. Its easy to use and set up for multiple lists plus the price is much lower than aweber. It meets my needs very well. They do also have an affiliate program. The guys at TimTech are legit, easy to reach and will talk to you at length if needed. They are huge in the area of Traffic Exchange, Safelist, PTC stuff. Which is why they created their own autoresponder.
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I keep getting spammed by various people using this service. It won't do me any good to unsubscribe because the sender's email is different each time.
Ditto...
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Thanks for feedback, guys. I've kept a wide berth from Rocket Responder, and using GetResponse for now.
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Thanks for the info guys....I'm going to purchase Rocket Responder....wow...10,000 subscribers for $10. I have ten niche blogs with subscriber lists, so having access to this many subscribers for the price is an awesome deal.
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I keep getting spammed by various people using this service. It won't do me any good to unsubscribe because the sender's email is different each time.


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I've had the same problem!

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I'm facing the same problem as well. I unsubscribed again and will let you know if it worked or not.
I'll contact RR if it doesn't as this hurts their business.
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Can you Upload leads into your rocket responder.?
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I have been forwarding the RR spam that I have received to spamcop.net --> I do believe the amount of of RR spam that I am receiving has diminished.

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Yikes - Just an FYI, when you do that Spamcop tells us they got a complaint, but not who the sender was. So it's like finding a needle in a haystack. If you click the report abuse link at the bottom of any email, that puts the sender in the watch/suspend list so we can remove them quickly.
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