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#1 Offline Laiwah - Posted July 1 2021 - 2:43 AM

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A pet ant physical store from TAIWAN

 

website:

https://antcatcher.com

 

online shop:

https://antcatcher.com/onlineshop/

 

 

 

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 AntCatcher Studio have a variety of original products, such as plaster ant nest, outworld, ant feed, escape liquid, etc.

 

Support international transportation (not including ants)

 

As a professional pet ant store in Asia, they have also won a competition from the Ministry of Education. I think many people will be very interested in their products. At the same time, they can also help answer questions about the breeding of Asian ants.

 

 

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#2 Offline Manitobant - Posted July 1 2021 - 12:58 PM

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The shop subforums have been dead for years. Pretty much nobody uses them.

#3 Offline Kaelwizard - Posted July 1 2021 - 3:30 PM

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The shop subforums have been dead for years. Pretty much nobody uses them.

At least they are there for someone to check out, and if someone doesn't know about the website but they are active here then they can find it.



#4 Offline ricardos - Posted July 12 2021 - 6:20 AM

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Best practices for email deliverability involve preventing bounces in your messages, unsubscribes, unauthorized downloads, distribution of viruses, and other risks https://tenoblog.com...-business-talk/. Your emails should always provide opt-in options for subscribers, so subscribers can confirm their opt-in. When you have permission from the recipient to send emails to their inbox, you should not automatically provide it. Always provide the opportunity for the user to confirm their opt-in, and then provide them with an explanation of how they will benefit from this and how they will stop getting future emails from the sender.


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