Does this really surprise anyone?
A new report confirms the trend towards using the spam button for any unwanted e-mail.
About half of respondents used the spam button for reasons other than "did not sign up for email." That included "the email was not of interest to me" (41 percent); "I receive too much email from the sender" (25 percent); and "I receive too much email from all senders" (20 percent).
By the way, how many marketers have hit the spam button on something they've asked to receive? I confess to having done it in frustration. To me, it is like giving the sender the virtual finger.
You can read more about the report by MarketingSherpa and Q Interactive at DMNews or read the press release.
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Posted by Internet Marketing Report Online blog editor Julie Power on Wednesday March 26 at 9 a.m