Where did you get my email?
Web Windows has an open policy when it comes to email marketing.
If you have received an email that is unwelcome and you do not wish to receive any further correspondence, please click the unsubscribe link in the email footer. This is one-click only process and an acknowledgement in your browser will confirm your mailing preferences have been adjusted. This will be the last time you hear from us.
The web page you are currently reading is often monitored by a live chat operative, who may offer to remove the email address for you. It is possible for you to request that all recipients at your email domain be suppressed from future marketing and this is something that the live chat agent can arrange.
Web Windows aims to attract new clients by using carefully targeted business-to-business email marketing. It represents an efficient way of communicating time sensitive B2b marketing related proposals to selectively targeted businesses.
B2b email marketing has become a common and accepted practice, but we recognize that on occasions it may be untimely or the content potentially irrelevant to your particular needs. It is for these reasons we try to make the process of unsubscribing as easy as possible or by being open to answering questions about how we obtained your email address.
The internet is renowned for dubious email offers and people are often right to be suspicious. However, the email marketing that Web Windows uses communicates detailed offers, efficiently and within tight timescales. For most of our clients, emailing is their preferred method of communication but if you would rather not hear from us we will stop getting in touch. Our long history of trading and our client base of thousands of businesses should help alleviate some concerns about the authenticity of our offers.
Under US Laws, B2B emailing is regulated by the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. There are three basic types of compliance covered by the law; unsubscribing, content and sending behavior compliance:
- Unsubscribe compliance
- A visible and operable unsubscribe mechanism is present in all emails.
- Consumer opt-out requests are honored within 10 business days.
- Opt-out lists also known as Suppression lists are only used for compliance purposes.
- Content compliance
- Accurate “From” lines (including “friendly froms”)
- Relevant subject lines (relative to offer in body content and not deceptive)
- A legitimate physical address of the publisher and/or advertiser is present. PO Box addresses are acceptable in compliance with 16 C.F.R. 316.2(p) and if the email is sent by a third party, the legitimate physical address of the entity, whose products or services are promoted through the email should be visible.
- A label is present if the content is adult.
- Sending behavior compliance
- A message cannot be sent through an open relay
- A message cannot be sent without an unsubscribe option.
- A message cannot be sent to a harvested email address
- A message cannot contain a false header
- A message should contain at least one sentence.
- A message cannot be null.
- Unsubscribe option should be below the message.
We recognise that nobody wants to be bombarded with emails so it is for that reason that we have a self-imposed limit of not emailing prospective clients any more frequently than every six weeks. We will only send an email if there is something appropriate to get in touch about and we always try to vary our emailing. For example, if we have contacted you regarding on online banner opportunity on a leading website previously, we will wait at least six weeks and consider mailing if there is something more targeted to your market. Our services are of appeal to businesses of all sizes, across a variety of industry sectors. Irrespective primarily targeted at small businesses, on limited budgets looking to increase traffic through their websites.
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- Company and business professional contact information, including name, title, address, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address;
- Detailed company profiles and statistics, including number of employees;
- Background information regarding company management, such as the educational and career histories of company principals;
- Company operational histories, including territories, subsidiaries, affiliates, and lines of business;
- Detailed trade and business credit information, including payment histories and patterns;
- Summary business information regarding profitability, debts, assets, net worth, and business relationships;
- Business professional data as it relates to their professional lives, such as name, company, title, business contact information, and trade associations; and
- Credit/debit card information in order to process certain customer payments.
- They also collect information about website visitors indirectly through standard web logs, such as IP addresses, browser types (e.g. Internet Explorer), areas of the website that are visited, and the website from which a visitor came.