1. Email Marketing in Australia
In Australia, the recipients of your emails must have consented to receiving emails before you send them. If you set up an automated email list that advises that you will be sending customers email newsletters then this may meet the legal requirement for consent.
3. Include Contact Details
In the email you need to include your contact details so that they receiver of the email knows who is sending the email.
4. The Unsubscribe Option
It is also advisable to include an unsubscribe option at the bottom of your email. This will ensure that if customers don’t want to receive your emails, they can opt out.
5. Factual Emails and Permitted Businesses
Some email messages are exempt from email marketing laws and these include purely factual emails and emails from permitted businesses. Permitted businesses include governments, political parties, charities and educational institutions.
6. Breach of Email Marketing Laws
If you breach email marketing laws, you may receive formal warnings, get fined up to $1.8 million, taken to Federal Court, or receive an injunction from a Federal Court.
Ensure that you meet these recommendations and you will have no legal problems.
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