Thank you for joining our readers here at Safe Money Broadcasting.
We are glad that you are here! Before going much further, here’s a quick, important update on your subscription.
You may have noticed that your email provider is now blocking more unwanted emails, which we know as “spam.” It’s likely one of the many Internet companies and email services now using programs to keep unwanted emails from your inbox.
Here’s the thing, though. Sometimes those programs keep you from receiving the email you actually want to receive!
To ensure you receive helpful emails from Safe Money Broadcasting, follow these steps:
– Make sure to add the corresponding Safe Money Broadcasting emails to your white list. This step helps to ensure that you receive our content, business growth hacks, marketing tips, and other updates to assist you in your business.
You can think of a white list as a group or list of ‘good’ or accepted email contacts… People or organizations from which email blocking programs will allow email communications to be received.
Why is this important?
Let’s face it. Spam has become a really big problem. All of us with email addresses receive unwanted, unsolicited advertising emails – sometimes an overwhelming amount on a daily basis.
It’s become such an issue, most Internet Service Providers and email services have taken up the mantle against it. They have some kind of filtering or blocking system set or they rely on ‘blacklists’ to tell the good from the ugly in email communications.
At Safe Money Broadcasting, we are glad that Internet and email companies have stepped up to the plate. But everyone agrees that these spam-blocking programs are far from being a perfect solution. It’s not unusual for them to block the email communications that you have requested. Sometimes those programs work a little too hard!
While the more proactive anti-spam advocates are working hard to correct these “false positives,” many wanted and requested emails are kept from inboxes because they fit someone’s idea of what “spam” is. The end result? You may find yourself not getting your subscription content and updates…
Solution: White-list us now, before your subscription is disrupted!
Every email system is different, but no worries. Below, we have included instructions for some of the more popular email services in use. If you don’t see yours here, please contact the customer service folks at your Internet Service Provider for their instructions. (By the way, if you forward us their instructions, we may add it to this page!)
What about if you use some kind of spam blocking or spam filtering software yourself (in addition to what your Internet Service Provider does)? No sweat. We also include instructions for how to protect your subscription from some of those more popular programs.
- In your inbox, look for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org (for example, a welcome email for your subscription or something else you may have received from us)
- Drag that email to the “primary” tab in your Gmail inbox.
- Now our emails will go to your “primary” inbox folder in the future!
- When you open an email, you should see a “+” sign next to From: and the sender’s name.
- Look for an email from us (email@example.com). Open the email, select the + symbol, and then a popup saying “Add to Contacts” should come up.
- Then select “Save.”
- On the top menu, select “Menu” and then select “Preferences.”
- In the Preferences window, you will see a “Rules” icon. Click on the Rules icon.
- Then click the “Add Rule” button.
- In the Rules window, enter a name for your rule in the “Description” field.
- Then use these following settings: “If any of the following conditions are met: From Contains.”
- Enter the sender’s email address (ours is firstname.lastname@example.org) in the text field that is beside “Contains.”
- Choose “Move Message” and “Inbox” from the dropdown menus. Then click okay to save this rule.
Outlook 2003 and Earlier:
- Look for an email from us (our sender email is email@example.com).
- Rick-click on that message in your inbox.
- Select “Junk E-mail” from the menu there.
- Click “Add Sender to Safe Senders List.”