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unsubscribe

To cancel a service. It is often possible to unsubscribe to an email service by typing the word "unsubscribe" into a reply message. Contrast with subscribe. See opt-out.
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The title poem of The Unsubscriber, reprinted in I Am Flying into Myself, suggests that Knott eventually outgrew the logic of growth by self-exclusion; the so-called outsider poet calls himself out as reluctant to exclude himself by revoking a "de facto" membership.
Place the dalkron unsubscriber in the vacuum receptacle to the rear.
Management Company's customized email newsletter tool offers more than 300 design templates, online subscriber forms to collect website visitors and email addresses, real-time reporting, including the number of recipients who open the email, number of bounces, and number of unsubscribers.
UnsubscribeDeals.com, a website that unsubscribes people from daily deal emails, got 7,800 unsubscribers in its first three months, and doubled that in July, reported the Times.
With your Insights Page, you can track over time the following metrics: total fans, unsubscribers and resubscribers, new and removed fans, top countries, age and gender demographics, page views, media (photo, audio, and video) consumption, interactions (total number of comments, wall posts, and likes), post quality, click-through and engagement rates, discussion posts, and reviews.
If even 10 percent of the unsubscribers can be retained, perhaps through analytical techniques and testing, that represents 2.4 million new customers.