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100 Spam Trigger Words & Phrases To Avoid


I was browsing through the loop when something caught my interest: spam trigger words and phrases in emails.

Because email has been a part of ordinary life, most of us are no longer concerned about how we construct our mails. Gone are the days when beautifully crafted rhetorical formal letters were subjected to the intellectual eye of English teachers and university professors. Much of what we do today are shortcuts that are meant to make life easier. However, have we ever thought that some of our emails have not actually been delivered to recipients? That is possible. With the encryption technology being used by email networks nowadays, some of our most important emails may just be slam-dunked into an alternative inbox called SPAM. It hurts if after efforts to communicate, to promote something through email marketing, or to transmit an advertisement about our newly found extra income opportunity, nothing is really getting across because the emails were thrown into trash automatically.

What could be the reason? The use of some trigger words and phrases.

Below are 100 spam trigger words and phrases, collected by Mannix Marketing, that when we use in either the header or body of emails will end up in trash.

#1
Congratulations
Investment decision
Print out and fax
100% satisfied
Cost / No cost
Legal
Profits
4U
Dear friend
Lose
Real thing
Accept credit cards
Do it today
Marketing
Removal instructions
Act Now!
Extra income
Marketing solutions
Remove
Additional Income
For free
Message contains
Risk free
Affordable
Form
Money
Sales
All natural
Free and FREE
Month trial offer
Satisfaction guaranteed
All new
Free installation
Name brand
Save $
Amazing
Free leads
Never
Save up to
Apply online
Free membership
No gimmicks
Search engines
Bargain
Free offer
No Hidden Costs
See for yourself
Best price
Free preview
No-obligation
Serious cash
Billing address
Free website
Now
Solution
Buy direct
Full refund
Offer
Special promotion
Call
Get it now
One time / one-time
Success
Call free
Giving away
Opportunity
The following form
Can’t live without
Guarantee
Order / Order Now / Order today / Order status
Unsolicited
Cards Accepted
Here
Orders shipped by priority mail
Unsubscribe
Cents on the dollar
Hidden
Performance
Urgent
Check
Increase sales
Phone
US dollars
Claims
Increase traffic
Please read
Wife
Click / Click Here / Click Below
Information you requested
Potential earnings
Win
Click to remove
Insurance
Pre-approved
Winner
Compare rates
Investment / no investment
Price
Work at home

Using these keywords list as our reference, we may have to 'tweak' our future emails a little bit in order to avoid wasting our time, resources, and effort.

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