1. What is a safelist?
List Return is a mailing list where all members can mail to each other. These emails cannot be considered as spam because every member has opted in and comfirmed their email address. A safelist can be used to advertise websites, business opportunities, products, blogs and so forth.
2. Do safelists really work?
Yes, List Return works and is one of the best mailers online!
3. How does the regular mailer work?
Using the regular mailer you can send your ads to the entire list every day depending on your membership level. This feature is great because it lets you mail even when you don't have any credits left.
4. How does the credit based mailer work?
With the credit based mailer you can email your ads to the entire safelist 3 times a day as long as you have credits left. This is a really good feature because it allows you to save your credits and use them whenever you want to.
5. What is 1 credit worth?
1 credit is 1 member of the list you can send your ads to.
6. How can I earn credits?
You can earn credits by referring others to our Safelist and by clicking on special links at the bottom of emails that you receive from our Site.Watch for prizes as well!
7. What is the Ad Rotation System?
It is a system that rotates banners, text ads, and HTML ads at the bottom of every page of the safelist. Banner advertising is great way to brand your site or business.
8. How does the Ad Rotation System work?
When you add your banner or ad to List Return, It will be put in rotation with the ads of other members and will be randomly displayed on the site every time a page is loaded and within email credit frames.
9. Who can use the ARS?
Every free and pro member of the list.
10. What does it cost for my ad to be displayed?
It will cost you 1 mailing credit for every ad or banner impression you get. Refer to our compare memberships page to see exactly how many credits members use depending on their membership level.
11. What kind of banners or ads can I display with ARS?
You can display any ad or banner as long as it doesn't violate List Returns terms.