- May 15, 2004
unless there are other measures used to track clicks on emails.
Off topic but thanks for that information. I see all of this as a gross invasion of privacy. Need to find a way of reading emails so no information is passed back to sender.Tracking pixels give senders the ability to check whether you've read an email without any option to send a read receipt. Clicks also are tracked via unique URLs.
Some mail-out products (Litmus as an example, no doubt others too) can even measure dwell time i.e. how long you had the email open.
I would rather have 10 emails for one flight as long as I didn’t get zero emails when you really want a chance to upgrade.
but not talking about spam & all airlines especially high cost Qantas are finding it very difficult to sell to leisure travellers.True. We all have different preferences. Some are not as bothered by spam as others. But where do you draw the line about marketing for a single trip? 20? 185? Two million?