$1400 covers everything.
* When someone buys from you, *where* will that email server get set up at?
* And will that account belong to? Meaning, will the client, or buyer, have to sign up for some VPS provider (digital ocean, vultr... ) and use his own account for mass email sending?
A Linus CentOS dedicated server -- who will it belong to?A Linus CentOS dedicated server for bulk emailing, a fully-featured mailer application softwar
A domain isn't what something can be installed on, becase a domain is just a name.Everything is installed on client own domain.
I can setup a dedicated email server for you if you need one. Bulk mailer clients pay for results not stories and Q&A. Do you want results or you want tutorials?A Linus CentOS dedicated server -- who will it belong to?
Where will it be physically located? And what hosting company will manage it?
A domain isn't what something can be installed on, becase a domain is just a name.i
Since you're already working on this, I assume you already know how this works. Again, since you don't want email servers and you also don't want tutorials, telling you how it is setup isn't really necessary since you already know.that's what I'm working on
* one central database, with lists of emails
* multiple email servers
* one application-supervisor which will pull N emails from the DB, equally distribute them on each email server and command it "send them"
Yeah, you're right. That's the more reason to focus on what you're working on and be very good at it. I wish you luck and successWhat I know how it works is what I'm working on. Not what you have.
You've assumed too much in order to divert from an answer and to save face.
By running bad marketing strategy u can ruin all your setup in a one week and newer ever get any mail landing to "inbox".
What money does it cost? And for what?To setup mail server (PowerMTA) network is one thing and it cost some money
If domains and IPs get blacklisted (it doesn't even have to be blacklisted but just marked as spam by recipients) off course you have to setup all new to be able to reach inbox again (inbox of the most used mail providers like gmail, outlook, yahoo etc.)And? Set up a new server on a new domain.
What money does it cost? And for what?
Yes. And?If domains and IPs get blacklisted (it doesn't even have to be blacklisted but just marked as spam by recipients) off course you have to setup all new to be able to reach inbox again (inbox of the most used mail providers like gmail, outlook, yahoo etc.)
That means that I've already saved a ton of money because I do all of it myself, and use simple VPS for $10/mo. Huh?If you have own email list from your subscribers and they expect to receive emails from you (newsletters) than it can be very cheap.
In this case you need one or two VPS cost ~ $80 month + domain + email marketing app (there are free ones) + cost for admin who will set up all for you (Configure Linux box with web service, sql service and mail service and all dns stuff needed for 10/10 mail test) ~ $200
If you want to send "spam" to send e-mail to million random e-mails addresses and stay in inbox you need match complicated set up.
1 powerfull VPS for EMS ~ $120 per month
1 powerfull VPS for MTA mangement ~ $120 per month
multiple cheap VPS for SMTP senders / 1 cheap VPS with 3-5 IP addresses ~ $15
EMS recommended app Mumara ~ $1500 but can be found cracked
PowerMTA ~ $5500 but can be found cracked
Admin to set up whole system ~ $2000 one time, depends on number of servers + monthly cost for maintains
This set up can easily send 1M emails per hour but you will ruin it after few days and forget about inbox.
But with good strategy and reasonable volume per day you can reach 1M for 30 days.
Volume calculation, recommended starting sending about 5,000 messages per day from each IP address to each ISP so you can calculate how many smtp vps servers you need.