MC Dug-T is developerWorks' Minister of Science, droppin' the XML, Java, and Web services 411 on the public. In his travels, he gets mad props from his peeps worldwide for the stone-cold, stoopid-fresh style sheets he leaves behind. All his mad-phat nollidge will soon be published by O'Reilly and Associates in the Strictly Non-Fiction book XSLT (ISBN 0596000537, pre-order your copy today at amazon.com) which will then start slayin' soft-sellin' suckas at tha local booksella. Discussing the book in a recent dW interview, he boasted, "I'm gonna empty mah dome into one supa-fly tome."
For relaxation, he likes to put his hands up in the air, and in his words, "wave 'em around like I just don't care." When not chillin' with his worldwide XML krew, he maxes at the crib in Raleigh with his wife, cooking teacher CT-ONE, and their six-year-old shortie, Lily the Flayva Princess. You can send him a shout-out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Domain Name Protection, Email Marketing, and IP Addressing
Steps to avoid having email domains blocked:
Consider using a service like Constant Contact (www.constantcontact.com) to send out your newsletters. This will help you ensure that your emails are sent out safely and that you do not end up getting blocked.
Refrain from sending large images, attachments or creating messages that are composed solely of an image(s).
When employing tracking pixels (Web bugs or beacons), clearly state their presence in your public privacy or P3P policies.
Practice due diligence by being aware of the age of your email lists and refraining from sending to inactive accounts.
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