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Unsubscribed

A new issue in which investors show a lack of interest. Before a new issue, underwriters canvass potential investors, who may or may not book an order to buy a portion of the new issue. The portion that is not booked is called the unsubscribed portion. The existence of an unsubscribed portion may affect the price when the security is actually issued. Sometimes an issuer requires underwriters to buy the unsubscribed portion in order to raise its target capital. See also: Underbooked, Fully subscribed.
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The Online Grassroots Network (in the Members Section) provides "Frequently Asked Questions" (reminders on how to subscribe, unsubscribe, etc.
Of course, maintaining an address database with only genuinely solicited recipients and an automatic system for people to unsubscribe involves a lot of IT: an expense many are not prepared to commit to.
According to Mashable, high unsubscribes can be attributed to large email campaigns and the benefit of these campaigns always outweigh the cost.
This proved very difficult - after studying the unwanted missive closely, I found that it suggested another method to unsubscribe, which entailed visiting their web site and filling in a form, which asked for a number of personal details.
We conducted the Subscriber Experiences and Unsubscribe Experiences studies, because we were concerned that marketers were having issues with two very important points of contact with their email subscribers - at the beginning and the end of the relationship," said Bonnie Malone, Director of Strategic Services.
One powerful concept for consumers Co Safe Unsubscribe Co now provides the real-world data for the first CAN-SPAM Act complete compliance service offered exclusively by LashBack and select partners.
Only 44 percent of executives say they unsubscribe from email newsletters they no longer want even if they consider that email 'spam' and 34 percent still scan issues briefly.
ATLANTA, April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Not every recipient who hits the unsubscribe button wants to end the relationship, some may just want to take a break.
html , the study of 203 commercial emails found that the inclusion of a working unsubscribe link, required by the CAN-SPAM Act, was the only best practice to be universally adopted.
The fully opt-in program grows at approximately 50% each year with an above-average open and click-through rates while maintaining a less than 1% unsubscribe rate.
Even more indicative of the lack of understanding, 47 percent believe they will be unsubscribed from the list by clicking "report spam" while 53 percent do not believe the button is a method to unsubscribe.