You’ve heard me say over the years that free email services like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, and AOL aren’t really free. You pay with your privacy. These companies rely on tracking your data and selling it to the highest bidder.
This is good news for them and bad news for you. Luckily, you don’t have to settle for it. More on that later.
Any Content: Your free email provider scans your email and records phrases and special words. This way, they will make more money from you because they have more data about you.
Your location and your senders: Your free email provider knows where and when you’ve opened an email, as well as any email you’ve sent. They also track who sent you emails, when they did, and where they are located. Again, more data points to sell about you.
Everyone: Your free email provider tracks everyone you correspond with, including all your business contacts, friends, family, doctors, and more.
Timings: Your free email provider knows when you’re most likely to open spam, whether it’s 6 a.m. or 9 p.m. So the time of day you receive a certain email may change over time.
All Website Habits: Your free email provider tracks and keeps records of the websites you frequently visit that send you emails, from shopping, researching, dating and even your porn habits.
Yes, all that data in your email is collected, tracked, recorded and sold. But hey, it’s free!
Stop complaining about Big Tech and do something about it. Don’t let Big Tech take advantage of you. Be smarter than that. I researched and partnered with StartMail. Here it is at the top when it comes to private email services.
Your privacy comes first. StartMail was built from the beginning with your privacy and security in mind. Your emails are your business, period. And get this – when you delete an email, it’s gone F-O-R-E-V-E-R.
Its easy to use. Access Startmail from any device. It is also compatible with Outlook, Thunderbird and Apple Mail. StartMail has all the bells and whistles, including search, font styles, image embedding, a spell checker, keyboard shortcuts, and signatures.
Encrypt email with one click. Lock the email, even if your recipient doesn’t use the encrypted service themselves. All you have to do is click a button.
Stop being a pawn of Big Tech. You can test-drive StartMail for free for 7 days, then use my link to get 50% off your first year. This exclusive deal is just for you. You won’t find a better deal anywhere on the web.
Now take this important step. You’ll thank me later. While you’re thinking about it, tap or click here to view StartMail.
PS If you’re thinking, “Yeah, Kim, I get all that, but making the switch is a pain,” we’re here for you. Sure, it takes a bit of work – and free providers are banking on throwing up your hands and continuing to give away your private information. Don’t do this.