Newegg, Gap Beg Customers Not To Relegate Them To Gmail’s ‘Promotions’ Tab

Even though some early studies have showed that Gmail’s recent effort to put all of our marketing e-mails in one folder for us hasn’t really affected response rates for the businesses that blast us with e-mails, some companies are desperate to persuade us to keep them in our inboxes. Desperate enough to walk us through changing our e-mail preferences.

Buzzfeed notes that Gap may have started it, letting customers know how to fill their inbox with promos. Now it’s Newegg’s turn to be needy.

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“Sorry, Newegg, not interested,” notes reader ZyphBear.