I don't really understand that.Once you’ve used up your 100 million free email credits or the validity of 1 year expires (whichever happens first), you will be automatically be shifted to our regular plan. In this, you get 25,000 monthly emails free. After that, you’ll only be charged for emails that are not opened ($1 for 5000 emails).
When you send emails, by default we deduct credits for all the emails. Because at the time of sending we don't know which all emails will get open in future.I don't really understand that.
The receiver doesn't read the email, you charge for that?
Can be read only on your site? Otherwise how do you know that he/she didn't read it?
Mail can be read on any email clients like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, Thunder Bird etc.Back to the original question:
That's how my email client works.We track opens using the 1 pixel hidden image technology which is the common industry practice.
But, there are times when mail client blocks the auto display of images, in those cases even we consider any link clicks inside the email as "open".
@whynot Most of the new age and new versions of email clients by default load/display the images.That's how my email client works.
When I receive emails images are hidden.
I read them.
Usually I don't click on links.
So the email I receive from your company would be considered as unread.
Good luck with them.
@Pierce , we are sorry for the inconvenience. This happened due to some unplanned activity on website.Are these guys gone? Their website gives db errors to all the sub pages.