Email Marketing Services

Global Subscriber Base Inc. offers efficient email marketing services utilizing CPM that assists businesses in reaching their marketing goals. Opt-in email campaigns are crafted to be CAN-SPAM compliant and utilize intelligent marketing tactics to help businesses gain insight into future buying trends of their customers. Using a vast network of subscribers, managed lists, subscriber intelligence and user subscriber friendly content delivery ensures that businesses get the most out of our email marketing agency efforts.

Email subscriber list management

Email marketing has become a vital tool for businesses to reach customers and leads. It is essential to have an up-to-date, well-maintained email subscriber list to ensure campaigns are as effective as possible. Managing an email subscriber list can seem daunting, but with the GSB’s strategies, it is done professionally, compliant and with customer acquisition and retention as goals.

Collect Email Addresses From Customers
Collect Email Addresses From Customers

Collect email addresses from customers

Collecting email addresses from customers is a great way to facilitate marketing efforts and improve customer relations. The process begins with collecting customer emails at checkout, either through an online form or a physical one at brick-and-mortar stores. Additionally, placing an email signup form on the home page of a website can prompt customers to provide their email address. After collecting the emails, segmenting customers into distinct groups helps to craft more personalized emails. Lastly, measuring email success metrics, such as open rate, click-through rate, and unsubscribe rate, can help to identify and improve issues with an email campaign.

Collect Customer Emails at Checkout
Collect Customer Emails at Checkout

Collect customer emails at checkout

A crucial step to join the email marketing bandwagon is to collect customer emails at checkout. This is a crucial way to acquire customer emails, as customers are already in the mindset to purchase and are most likely to provide their email address for marketing purposes. To collect customer emails at checkout, businesses should use email capture forms in a prominent place and provide an incentive for customers to sign up.
Businesses should place the form above the fold, meaning on the same page as the checkout process. Additionally, businesses should make the form stand out by using a bright color, so that customers will understand the importance of the form. To encourage customers to sign up, businesses can provide incentives such as discounts, coupons, and free gifts.
For businesses that use Shopify, there are specific plugins that can help collect customer emails at checkout. These plugins can help sync the emails to GSB’s email list and provide additional features, such as automating welcome emails.

Collect Customer Emails from Your Home Page
Collect Customer Emails from Your Home Page

Collect customer emails from your home page

Transitioning from the previous section, collecting customer emails from your home page is a great way to make sure that you are reaching the right people with your marketing content. Customers who visit your home page are already interested in your product, so adding a prompt to your home page that encourages them to sign up for your email list can be a great way to increase engagement.
When creating the prompt, keep it simple and easy to understand, so customers know exactly what will happen if they sign up. You can also add incentives, like discounts or exclusive content, to make signing up even more appealing.
Once customers have signed up for your email list, you can also segment them into different groups based on their interests. This way, you can craft personalized emails that are tailored to meet the needs of specific customers.
Finally, you can measure the success of your emails by tracking how many customers open the emails, click on the links, and take the desired action.

Import Customer Lists

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Import customer lists

Brimming with potential customers, you now need an efficient way to import the collected contact information. Streamlining this process can quickly get your message out to the world, so let's take a closer look.
The good news is that modern technology has made it easier than ever to import contacts into your email system. By using a customer relationship management tool, you can quickly and easily transfer your contacts into your database. All you need to do is upload your customer list in a compatible format. Once it's in, you can take advantage of the features that the tool provides, such as segmenting your contacts or integrating the list with other marketing channels.
But before you can begin, you’ll need to make sure the contact information is up-to-date and accurate. This means double-checking emails, phone numbers, and other information for accuracy. Additionally, it’s a good idea to filter out any outdated or irrelevant contacts. Once that’s done, you’re ready to take the next step.
The next step is to get your imported list into your email system. Depending on the system you use, you might need to convert the list into a compatible format before importing it. But once it’s ready, you can easily upload it with just a few clicks. And voila!

Role-Based Email Addresses

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Role-based email addresses

As a logical next step after importing customer lists, many businesses today are realizing the benefits of having role-based email addresses. Role-based email addresses provide a way to connect customers to the right person at a business. They can be used for a variety of purposes, such as customer service inquiries, marketing campaigns, and product announcements.
Role-based email addresses make it easier for customers to reach the right person or department. Instead of having to guess who to contact with a general email address, they can simply direct their inquiry to the right person at the business. This can save time and effort for customers, as they don't have to guess who to contact. It also helps businesses ensure that inquiries are directed to the right person.
Role-based email addresses can also help businesses better track inquiries. If a customer makes a request to the customer service email address, that inquiry can be quickly directed to the customer service department and tracked. This can help businesses identify areas of improvement for their customer service process.
Role-based email addresses make it easier for businesses to segment their customer base. They can use the email addresses to send targeted emails to different customer groups. For example, they can send product announcements to customers who have bought products in the past. This can help businesses increase customer engagement and loyalty.

GSB will send only to people that subscribe to receive the email from the marketing list

GSB will send only to people that subscribe to receive the email from the marketing list

Envisioning your inbox full of emails from your subscribers, you can almost feel their excitement and anticipation about the new offers and updates you'll be sending. It's an exciting prospect, but before you can get there, you need to make sure your emails will only be sent to those who have subscribed to your email marketing list.
The same way GSB’s role-based email addresses can help keep track of contacts and communicate more effectively, creating a marketing list will ensure that your emails reach only the people who are interested in your content. Depending on the platform you choose from GSB’s diversified resources to be used for your email marketing, your opt in rate will vary however the result will be that you have a higher opt-in rate and conversion from each vertical in the campaign.
In addition to creating a list of GSB subscribers, GSB will also customize the content of your emails to match the interests of those on the list. GSB also specializes in segmenting subscribers into different groups, for example, by location, interests, or even past purchases. This help’s create emails that are more targeted and personalized, increasing the likelihood of subscribers opening them.
To ensure that your emails are only sent to people who have subscribed to the permission pass, GSB also uses a confirmation process. This is when you ask people to confirm their subscription or interest to the offer being published by GSB to the list before they receive the actual offer emails. This process is also known as double opt-in.

Send an Email Campaign to Specific Segments of Customers

Send an email campaign to a specific segment of customers

The power to send an email campaign to a specific segment of customers is a great way to target the message. Imagine sending a promotion to customers who have made a purchase in the past month. GSB’s hotline data is created list of those customers, GSB specifies the limits of their purchase, and craft a special offer that is tailored to their interests. By segmenting GSB’s email subscribers, emails are only published to those who are already engaged with your brand’s content and receive messages that are relevant to them.
In addition to segmenting customers, GSB can also segment your contacts based on their location or language. This allows you to tailor your message even further and make sure that customers in different countries or regions receive the same message, but in their own language. The ability to customize your emails based on customer location or language can help build relationships with your customers and make them feel more connected to your brand.
GSB can also segment subscribers by behaviors like how often they open emails or click on links. This information can be used to determine which customers are more engaged with your brand and which ones may need some extra attention. By targeting those customers who are more likely to engage with your offer emails, GSB can create a personal experience for them and make them feel valued. Segmenting the email list is a great way to get the most out of your email campaigns.

Email Marketing - The Importance of Using Double opt-in

Double opt-in is a vital component of any marketing and communication strategy. It offers several benefits for both the businesses and customers. Firstly, it allows businesses to gain authentic customer data and prevent spam. Secondly, it ensures customers are aware of the information they have submitted.

The double opt-in confirmation landing page is an important part of the process, providing customers with a confirmation that they have successfully subscribed. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity to promote additional products and services. GDPR compliance is also a key factor and double opt-in ensures customers are aware of their rights and data is securely stored.

Using double opt-in for email subscriptions is crucial as it ensures a higher level of consent and engagement from subscribers. By requiring individuals to confirm their intention to join a mailing list, double opt-in reduces the chances of spam complaints, improves deliverability, and fosters a more genuine and interested audience.

Email Marketing - What are the benefits of double opt-in?

Building on the idea of an email campaign to a specific segment of customers, double opt-in offers a range of benefits for businesses to consider. An important advantage of double opt-in is that it ensures the accuracy of the recipient's email address and therefore dramatically improves the reach of the campaign. Furthermore, a double opt-in approach also ensures that the email address is being used by the correct person.

Privacy concerns are becoming increasingly prevalent, and double opt-in confirms that the recipient has agreed to receive emails from the sender. This is done via a confirmation landing page which requires the recipient to click on a link to activate their subscription. Double opt-in is also helpful for businesses to be GDPR compliant by having a record of the recipient's consent.
The data collected from a double opt-in process can also be stored and used for future marketing campaigns. This data can be used to track the effectiveness of campaigns by monitoring click-through rates and other key metrics.

Remove someone from your subscribers list

When it comes to removing someone from GSB’s subscriber’s list, it is important to now that when GSB receives an opt out it is done immediately in order to maintain the integrity of your email list. It is important to ensure that all of GSB subscribers have opted-in to receiving campaign emails, and that they are still interested in the content GSB is providing. GSB monitor this by analyzing the engagement of emails and user interactions on a real time basis.

If GSB notices that a subscriber has not been engaging with email content within 90 days it removes them from the subscriber list. This is an important step in keeping your subscribers list healthy. By removing those who are no longer interested in content, GSB ensures campaign emails are being read by those who want them.

It is also important to remember to be respectful when sending any emails or notifications to those who you are removing from your list.

Online store

Now that you have removed unwanted subscribers from your list, it's time to consider how to maximize your email campaigns' effectiveness. An online store can be an incredibly valuable tool for businesses of all sizes, as it allows them to reach customers from all over the world.

An online store can be operated directly through your website or through a third-party platform. It should be easily accessible and intuitive to navigate and should provide customers with a secure checkout experience. With the right online store setup, you can accept payments from a variety of sources, including credit cards and PayPal. Setting up a point of sale is also an important part of the online store process, as it allows customers to pay in person.

For businesses that need help setting up their online store, there are many support services available. These services can provide assistance with everything from setting up payment processing to creating product catalogs. Additionally, tracking email performance can be used to understand what type of content is most effective for engaging customers.

GSB’s collection of email from Point of Sale

One of the most important elements to consider is Point of Sale (POS). A POS is any physical or digital location where a customer makes a purchase. This could be a brick-and-mortar store, an online store, or an app.

POS systems can help GSB manage customer data, track sales, and generate reports. They are also helpful for tracking email performance, such as open rates, click-through rates, and unsubscribes. With this data, GSB can tailor your campaign to your customers’ interests and needs.

In addition to GSB’s collection of data from POS, you’ll need GSB’s professionals to create content for your email campaigns. Creative assets include text, images, links, and videos. You may even want to consider personalizing emails with customers’ names or including offers and discounts. Each campaign’s content must be engaging and relevant to customers.

More Resources

More resources can help businesses take their operations to the next level. An online store provides customers with a convenient way to purchase products and services. Point of Sale systems allow businesses to easily process transactions and keep track of sales data. Technical support is essential to ensure everything runs smoothly and efficiently. Tracking email performance helps GSB tailor their content to their target audience and maximize their efforts. Creating engaging email content is also key to building relationships with customers. All of these resources combined can help GSB’s customers businesses grow and become successful.

GSB’s Support

Fortunately, there are many ways that GSB gets support when it comes to their subscriber base. One great way is through an online store. Online stores are licensed to GSB and can provide GSB’s with a wide variety of products and services that can help you manage their subscriber list, including software and tools to help you track email performance. Additionally, many online stores offer Point-Of-Sale systems that are used to process payments from subscribers, allowing GSB to easily manage and track payments in one place.

Email Marketing Services - Acquisition

Having explored the various resources available, it is time to move on to email acquisition. Email acquisition is a process of gathering contact information. It can be done through an email list license or licensing a subscriber building process or through a lead generation process.

The primary purpose of email acquisition is to identify prospects who are interested in what a GSB campaign has to offer. GSB specializes in understanding the target audience and develops a strategy to acquire the right contacts.

To acquire contacts, companies can use a variety of methods such as leveraging existing contacts, online search, social media, email list providers, and surveys. It is also important to ensure that the contact information is accurate.

When acquiring contacts, it is important to ensure that the process follows the relevant laws and regulations. Companies must also consider the privacy of the individuals whose contact information is collected.

Once the contact information is acquired, GSB can use it to reach out to potential customers. This can be done through emails, SMS, or even through direct mail. GSB can also use the contact information to nurture leads and convert them into customers.

Email acquisition is an important part of any company’s growth strategy and is important to the currency of GSB’s subscriber base. It is a powerful tool used to identify potential customers and drive sales. In order for GSB to be successful, we understand and must ensure that they acquire accurate contact information on all subscribers and use it ethically.

Subscription Management Center
Subscription Management Center

GSB’s Subscription management center

Having licensed a list of subscriber emails, the next step is to manage those subscriptions. Subscription management centers provide a convenient way to keep track of campaigns and ensure that customers are up to date with the latest updates.

GSB’s subscription management centers are designed to be intuitive for data analysis on subscribers, keeping intelligence accurate and making it easy to manage effective email campaigns. The subscription management centers offer a wide range of features including the ability to create targeted campaigns and customize the content of emails. GSB also tracks the progress of each campaigns and review the results.

The subscription management center also offers an array of analytics tools to help optimize campaigns. It allows users to track click-through rates, open rates, and other key metrics. This ensures that campaigns are reaching their target audiences and that the content is engaging. Additionally, GSB campaign managers view the most popular emails and make sure they're sending the most effective messages.

The subscription management center also provides detailed reports to help the user analyze the success of campaigns. Users can view reports on the total number of emails sent, open rates, click-through rates, and unsubscribe rates. This information can be used to make adjustments to campaigns and ensure they're engaging the right audiences.

GSB’s subscription management center is a powerful tool for managing email campaigns. It offers an array of features and analytics tools to measure the success of campaigns and ensure they're reaching the right people.

Global Opt-Out Email
Global Opt-Out Email

GSB’s Global opt-out

Moving away from the GSB subscription management centers, the thought of global opt-out immediately springs to mind. Allowing users to permanently opt-out of receiving marketing materials from any and all sources, global opt-out is a safe and secure way to ensure that users can preserve their privacy.

The global opt-out system is very simple. With just a few clicks, individuals can choose to opt-out of receiving emails, calls, text messages, and other marketing materials from all companies and organizations. The opt-out system also ensures that the user's privacy is respected and protected, as all of their personal information is kept secure and confidential.

Once a user has opted-out of receiving marketing materials, they are free to enjoy their privacy and peace of mind. The user will no longer receive any promotional emails, calls, or text messages from any company or organization. Additionally, the user's personal information will no longer be used for marketing purposes.

The global opt-out system is a great way for users to protect their privacy and stay secure in the digital age. It is a simple and convenient way for individuals to take control of their marketing preferences and ensure that all of their personal information remains safe and secure. By utilizing the global opt-out system, users can relax knowing that their privacy is being respected and protected.

Bulk Opt-In and Opt-Out Email Subscriptions
Bulk Opt-In and Opt-Out Email Subscriptions

GSB’s Bulk Opt-in/Opt-out

Shifting gears from global opt-out, bulk opt-in/opt-out is another way to manage user experience. It offers the ability for subscribers to quickly subscribe or unsubscribe large groups of users at once. Whether it’s to keep customers informed about a new product or to prevent spam, bulk opt-in/opt-out is a useful way to customize user experience.

The process begins with a list of contacts, typically a spreadsheet or CSV file, which are uploaded to the system. This list of subscribers can be segmented according to different criteria such as location, age, or purchasing history. After the list is uploaded, GSB can then select which emails they want to send out or which messages they won’t send to reduce the opt out rate of subscribers. This allows us to tailor communications to the right audiences.

Once the contacts and email types have been selected, GSB can then set up an automated process to send out emails or opt-out subscribers of messages prior to sending to reduce complaint and opt-outs. This process is set up to run on a real time basis, depending on the frequency of emails or acceptable opt-outs. The bulk opt-in/opt-out process also allows GSB to track the success of campaigns, so they can adjust their messaging to reduce the subscriber opt-outs accordingly.

Email Marketing Services - Configuration

Configuration of a website involves multiple aspects such as footer, size, font, colors, and RSS email date format. For a footer, the size of the text should be small and should be different than other text on the website. It should also be placed at the bottom of the page. The font for the footer should be easy to read and should be in sync with the overall theme of the website. Colors, such as black, white, and gray, should be used in the footer to make it stand out while keeping it subtle. The RSS email date format should be uniform and in sync with the website design.

Email Configuration | Footer
Email Configuration | Footer

Designing a Footer

Having just finished customizing your opt-in and opt-out settings, it's time to move on to configuring the footer of your email. The footer of your email needs to be the same across all messages, so it's important to get this right.

The footer should include your company name, website URL, and physical address (if applicable). Additionally, you should add a link to the privacy policy and unsubscribe page. The footer should be no more than two lines and should be kept as succinct as possible.

Size-wise, the footer should not take up more than 20% of the email. The font should be the same as the body font, and the colors should be in the same color scheme as the rest of the message.

Finally, if you wish to include an RSS email date format, it should be included in the footer. This should include a date and time format, as well as a link to the blog post.

Email Configuration | Screen Size
Email Configuration | Screen Size

Screen Size

Size is a crucial factor in creating a successful email campaign. It's important to think about the recipient's device, their screen size, and the size of the email itself. When designing an email, make sure all elements are the appropriate size. Large, bold fonts and images will draw the reader's attention to the most important parts of the message. Additionally, be sure to give the reader enough white space and margins so that their eyes can scan the information quickly and easily. Furthermore, it's best to keep the overall size of the email under 10MB to ensure it can be sent quickly and easily to all of the recipients. With a smaller size, the email will be more likely to arrive to the inbox without any issues. Taking the time to ensure the size of the email is appropriate will result in a successful email campaign.

Email Configuration | Choosing a Font
Email Configuration | Choosing a Font

Choosing a Font

Switching gears, let's delve into the realm of font design. Font choice can be tricky, as it's important to choose something that is both aesthetically pleasing and accessible. When it comes to email design, the font should be legible, easy to read, and should not cause confusion. The ideal font size for email should be between 10 and 12 points, and the font should be easy to spot at a glance.

When selecting a font, there are a few things to consider. First and foremost, the font should be easy to read, even when the email is viewed on a small screen. The font should also reflect the sender's brand, while still being legible enough to draw the reader's attention. It's also important to choose a font that contrasts well with the overall design, and that won't strain the eyes when viewed for an extended period of time. Additionally, if the email includes links, it's best to choose a font that clearly stands out from the rest of the content.

Email Configuration | Picking Colors
Email Configuration | Picking Colors


The attention-grabbing colors used in email campaigns can draw the reader’s eye and add visual interest. Bright, vibrant colors should be used sparingly and placed strategically in the design to achieve maximum impact. When selecting colors for email campaigns, it is important to take into account the overall appearance of the message, as well as the color preferences of the target audience.

The color palette used in email campaigns should be carefully chosen to create a unified look and feel. Colors should be selected to match the brand identity of the company and to create a cohesive look. For example, if the company’s branding includes a bold red, this color can be used as an accent color in the email campaign. Additionally, it is important to consider the color contrast of the text and background to ensure readability.

The colors used in the email campaign should also be optimized for different display devices, such as computers, tablets, and mobile phones.

Email Configuration | RSS Email Date Format
Email Configuration | RSS Email Date Format

RSS email date format

Lastly, customizing the RSS email date format can make a big difference in how your emails look. For example, instead of the default date format of YYYY-MM-DD, you could set the date format to something like “Month DD, YYYY.” Making this small change can make your emails look more inviting and easier to read. You can decide which format you prefer, including the popular “DD Month YYYY” format. This is a simple way to add a touch of personality to your emails. Additionally, you can customize the date format to reflect your brand, such as “MMMM DD, YYYY” or “DD Month YYYY (abbreviated).” With a few clicks, you can add a unique flair to your emails that will stand out to your subscribers.


Subscriptions provide an effective way to engage with customers and keep them updated on the latest news, products, and services. To ensure successful subscriptions, it is vital to set up a subscription preferences page. This will give customers the freedom to select the type of content they would like to receive, allowing them to customize their experience.

To ensure that customers remain engaged, it is important to not send emails to unengaged contacts. Instead, use a resubscription email to remind those customers that they have not opened emails in a while and allow them to opt-in again.

Subscription Preferenes Page | Email Marketing Services

Subscription preferences page

The next step in managing subscribers is to offer a subscription preferences page. This page should provide an easy way for contacts to manage their subscription preferences and update their contact information. By giving contacts the ability to update their preferences, it can help to ensure that they are receiving the content that they are interested in.

The page should include a few key elements. The first is a simple form where the contact can update their information such as their name and email address. This can help to ensure that the contact is receiving the most relevant content. The second element is to offer a way to select what type of content they would like to receive. This can be done by providing a list of different topics, or even different types of content such as newsletters, product offers, and more.

Finally, the page should include a way to unsubscribe if that's what the contact would like to do. This should be easy to find and should be clearly labeled in an obvious location.

Don't Send to Unengaged Contacts

Don't send to unengaged contacts

As you move forward with creating your subscription preferences page, there is one critical component you must keep in mind: don’t send emails to unengaged contacts. Unengaged contacts are contacts who have not opened or clicked on your emails in the last 3 to 6 months. Keeping track of your contacts’ engagement with your content shows that you’re respecting their time and preferences.

When a contact is unengaged, it’s best to send them a resubscription email to see if they’re still interested in hearing from you. This email should be sent before removing them from your list. It should include a link to your subscription preferences page, allowing them to update their subscription settings or opt back into your emails.

You should also be sure to include a compliance copy in the resubscription email. This way, you are allowing them to opt out of emails and following compliance and legal regulations.

Managing your subscribers is an important factor to consider when creating an email marketing strategy.

Resubscription Emails


Moving from the configuration of an email list to subscribers, we arrive at the subscription preferences page. Here, users can choose to not send emails to unengaged contacts, ensuring that those who no longer wish to receive emails find their way off the list. Additionally, a resubscription email can be sent to those contacts who have previously unsubscribed. This allows them the opportunity to opt back in, in case they have changed their mind.

The resubscription email should be gentle and not overly aggressive. Create a copy that is warm and inviting, so that the user feels comfortable and not pressured. Additionally, this message should contain a clear compliance copy, so that the recipient has a better understanding of the email they are receiving. Lastly, the subscriber should be given a link that allows them to easily manage their subscription preferences. This link should be prominently featured in the message.

Compliance Copy Email

Compliance copy

Having discussed setting up the Subscription preferences page and ensuring that contacts who are unengaged with your campaigns do not receive further emails, the next step is to look at Compliance copy emails. These are important for ensuring that your contacts are aware of how their data is being used and that they understand their rights.

Compliance copy emails are sent out when a contact first subscribes to your mailing list, and they can also be sent at regular intervals to remind contacts of their data protection rights. The emails should be written in an easily understandable language and make it clear that the contact has the right to unsubscribe at any time.

The email should also include a link to the Subscription preference page, so that the contact can easily modify their subscription preferences. This allows them to update their contact details or change the frequency of the emails they receive.

Also, the Compliance copy email should include a link to the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.


Email subscriber list management requires effort and dedication. It's a journey that starts with collecting email addresses from customers and ends with global opt-out. By using services like double opt-in, bulk opt-in/opt-out, and subscription management center, GSB can easily manage your email campaigns and target the right customers. horizontal logo