> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> What is the telemarketing industry average conversion rates for sales
>> to calls? I think it is 8%?
>> If someone is sending out unsolicited emails with higher conversion
>> rates would that break any anti-spam law?
> Why wouldnt it?
Who is to say that telemarketing is /morally/ legal? The authorities have
become more lenient about it because there is a person talking who is
involved -- someone who must make a living. I bet it started with
individuals who politely phoned before it became a heavy production line
and systematic industry where people are employed on a fixed rate (plus
With spam, on the other hand, whatever the conversion rates, only robots
(read: servers) are involved. Humans can never cope with the productivity
of robots. Imagine yourself the impact of spam becoming legal.
Roy S. Schestowitz