I have a site that I've been building for 2 years now, and have a very good sized list of members.
Trouble is, whenever I send out an email 'en-masse' there's always that small fraction who click the SPAM button...even though I've followed ALL the double-opt in protocols, have text at the beginning in capitals explaining that there is an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email etc.
My hosting service has pretty low spam tolerance, something like 0.1%.
The last three times I've sent out these emails, I've had my site shut-down, and I've had to make a phone call arguing my case. It's always been turned on again, but it's very unsettling to feel that powerless.
What would a warrior do?
How do you stop people labelling your emails as spam?