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Case Study: Halloween Express Chooses LuxSci for Large Scale Seasonal Email Marketing

Monday, January 26th, 2015


Halloween Express
 is one of the most aggressive and dynamic Halloween chains in the United States. Started in 1990, Halloween Express has both company owned and franchised locations throughout the U.S. Their success is based on offering the largest selection of Halloween merchandise available anywhere.

Halloween Express chose LuxSci in 2014 for their massive seasonal email marketing needs.  LuxSci resolved the issues that they experienced with previous providers, saved them money, and enabled an extremely successful online campaign involving millions of email messages sent in a short period of time.

Halloween Express was very pleased that they could quickly scale up sending for the Halloween season, and then back off to a lower level for the rest of the year, without compromising their sending reputation.  They are so satisfied with their experience, that they are staying on for 2015 and are moving their business email services for their hundreds of employees over to LuxSci as well.

This is the story of Halloween Express’ timely switch to LuxSci’s dedicated High Volume SMTP Relaying service.

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Maximizing Delivery Speed and Reliability for Large Scale Email Marketing

Monday, September 8th, 2014

You need to send millions of messages to your large opt-in mailing list over the upcoming holiday season. You need these messages to go out pretty quickly and to not get blocked by your recipient ISPs so that the maximum number of your (potential) customers get your marketing messages and thus you can maximize your conversion rates on these messages.

This is a common scenario that we see, often from customers who have been using another provider that is excessively expensive, where delivery is sluggish, and/or where their messages are getting blacklisted or grey listed by their recipient’s systems.

Here we will share with you our standard prescription for solving this delivery dilemma once and for all. There are multiple important factors involved, each of which will contribute to your success.

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Maximize Your Outbound Email Throughput: How to Send More Email, Faster

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012

Customers of our High Volume bulk outbound email service often ask how they can “send faster”.  They want to get their mailing out ASAP, no matter if it is to hundreds of recipients, or millions of recipients.

This post codifies all of the various types of advice we give for optimizing outbound email throughput.  Much of it applies to outbound email sending over SMTP in general — i.e. its not limited to the LuxSci High Volume service.

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High Volume Resellers Can Brand Their Own Bulk Email Service

Tuesday, July 17th, 2012

LuxSci’s High Volume Bulk Emailing service enables users to send mass emails with high speed, reliability, and deliverability.

Resellers purchase quantities of sending and distribute these to their customer accounts, charging their customers their own rates for sending and for any additional value adds that they provide.

Resellers typically do not want their customers to know that LuxSci provides the back-end mailing service that they are selling… they would much rather present their own service as their own brand.  With Private Labeling for High Volume accounts, LuxSci enables just that!

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Send Fast, Send More – High Volume Bulk Email Server Clusters

Friday, June 29th, 2012

LuxSci’s High Volume bulk emailing service provides excellent deliverability for legitimate mass mailings — e.g. newsletters, transactional email messages, announcements, etc.

It is often the case that customers require either:

  • Sending to large numbers of recipients (millions to 10s of millions or more in a month)
  • Sending many messages quickly (in short bursts)

In either case, the mail server needs to be able to handle large numbers of concurrent connections and to process large mail queues quickly.  There are several ways to go about this:

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