Commercial emails aren't just straight sales messages, but also include any marketable message to email addresses, social networking accounts and even text messages.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) June 06, 2014
JangoMail, (http://www.jangomail.com), a leading email service provider, posted a blog article this week summarizing the new Canadian Anti-Spam Law also known as CASL, pronounced “castle.” CASL will go into effect on July 1, 2014 and will impact email marketers around the country who send campaigns to any recipient located in Canada.
In an effort to protect Canadian email subscribers, senders must have permission or consent when distributing commercial emails.
“All senders of commercial emails must abide by these laws,” said Amber Henry, JangoMail Account Executive and author of the blog post. “Commercial emails aren't just straight sales messages, but also include any marketable message to email addresses, social networking accounts and even text messages.”
The blog identifies how senders can meet the requirements outlined by the Government of Canada, law exceptions, steps to prepare for the upcoming change and examples of what to/not do.
“Nearly all of the JangoMail users will be affected by the new law and we want everyone to be prepared,” adds Henry.
For more information, users can access the JangoMail blog, "JangoMail In Progress."
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