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