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How To Filter Your Emails in Gmail

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How To Filter Your Emails in GmailThis is a tutorial video on how to filter your emails in Gmail. This is a simple technique to use. It will save you a lot of time especially if you are using safelists, viral mailers, list builders, text ad exchanges, and other types of credit based email marketing. It is important that you create filters and labels for easy access when you run out of credits.

This is a straight forward video. I suggest that every time you sign up to a new mailer or safelist, apply a Gmail filter and label that with the name of the safelist. You can also apply a second filter to get only solo ads for faster earning of credits. Please note that most safelists gives higher credits for solo e-mails and list e-mails.

How To Filter Your Emails in Gmail

Another important thing to remember in safelist marketing is the fact that you need to open at least two Gmail accounts. One for your list emails, that will take all the ordinary emails from co-members on each safelist, and the other is for your contact emails. The contact email is usually used by the admin to communicate with you and at the same time, it is this email where you will receive solo ads or contact emails. Again, if you are trying to earn for safelist credits to be able to send an ad, you must click the solo ads first, then list emails, then the ordinary emails. In that order. You will save a lot of time and you will be able to send more emails on a day to day basis! Simple organizing helps a lot. After all, we want to create a lifestyle that will give us more time to spend with our families. Time is Gold, so use wisely. All the best in your network marketing adventure!

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