- How can I Send Existing Recipients a Double Opt-in (DOI) Mailing? (For Example, a Second DOI for the GDPR)
Important: This feature is only available in the Standard and Pro plans
You can use our software to send a double opt-in (DOI) email to existing contacts. This can be useful if, for example, you want to be extra sure you have a [...]
- How do I give the recipient the opportunity to confirm receipt of the newsletter?
To confirm receipt, recipients must receive a so-called DOI mailing and confirm the registration via a DOI link and activate their data. There are two options for using DOI mailing: 1) New recipients For this, the data can be generated [...]
- How can I include my own “GDPR declaration” in the form?
- How can I sign the DPA for GDPR?
The recipient data is kept strictly confidential. Data protection has a high value for us in the company and is based on the German standards as well as the European requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. In particular, the [...]
- Which changes will come with the EU GDPR?
The General Data Protection Regulation is a legal framework that applies to the European Union. Up until now, each EU member state has observed the data protection regulation from 1995, together with their own individual national regulations. [...]
- Can I include a GDPR confirmation in my form?
If you create a form, you can add in the second step different attributes. There you can find already a model text for the “GDPR confirmation” and also for the “GDPR declaration”. If you open the “GDPR confirmation” on the left side, [...]
- Who can I send my newsletter to? Do I need written permission from the recipient?
Essentially, you need to be able to prove that the recipient has consented to receiving your email newsletter. How you obtained this permission is of minor importance (in writing, by phone or online form), as long as you can prove it in [...]
- Are there legal requirements when it comes to email newsletters?
Yes. In our GTC §9 paragraph 1, we refer to the provisions on data protection according to TMG (Telemedia Act), BDSG (Federal Data Protection Act) of the Federal Republic of Germany and the EU-DSGVO (EU General Data Protection Regulation), [...]