Still problems persist, because after all of that many Email Database subscribers still "forget" they signed up and file spam complaints, which can lead to investigations, IP bans and even shutdown and confiscation of all related lists, websites and software. Granted, there are some mass-mailers out there who deserve this, but the typical newsletter publisher is trying to deliver Email Database helpful, desired content and guards their list very carefully. If you're fortunate enough to get your newsletter through to your subscribers, what happens then?
Well, typically, once a subscriber receives your newsletter, they read it and then naturally delete it once they're done reading it. So, you, the email marketer Email Database and publisher have gone to all the trouble to put together a newsletter, comply with the spam laws, etc., only to Email Database have your hard work deleted all the while dealing with spam issues, paying for list management services and/or paying for autoresponder service. A much better, more viral method of online marketing can be done with an RSS feed.
Let me explain that in terms that we can all understand (me included!): Whenever we watch a television series, that series is called syndicated programming. The series Email Database is produced once, filmed once, and then put out to all the subsidiary stations across the country airing on the same day at the same time according to each time zone. So, the work is done once Email Database but duplicated all across the nation on hundreds of affiliate television stations. RSS on the Internet works on the same concept.