How to Fix CAN-SPAM So It Doesn’t Further Harm U.S. Businesses

What CAN-SPAM Requires & How that Low Bar Harms U.S. Businesses

CAN-SPAM sets a low bar for compliance. Subscribers, inbox providers, and other countries have set much, much higher bars for what’s acceptable. While on the surface, lax regulations look like an advantage for brands marketing to American consumers, it’s really setting them up for failure. Here’s what CAN-SPAM requires and how the law could be doing a much better job of setting U.S. businesses up for email marketing success…

misleading subject lines

RE: Misleading Subject Lines

Crafting a perfect subject line isn’t easy. But sometimes, marketers take it a step too far. Rather than earn their subscribers’ attention with a subject line that connects with their needs, emotions, or aspirations, too often, we see brands using deceptive subject lines to trick their subscribers into opening. It’s a dangerous approach that damages subscribers’ trust, hurts your brand image, and violates anti-spam laws.

How to Master International Opt-In Requirements

Building and growing a database of subscribers is one of the primary objectives of email marketers. And while marketing technology has allowed for many different ways to support these objectives, anti-spam laws might restrict how you can actually collect email addresses and grow your subscriber base. Discover how to design an opt-in process that fits your organization’s goals and complies with international anti-spam requirements.