Make sure you click the option that completely removes you and doesn’t just limit emails.Unsubscribing is one of the easiest ways to cut down the amount of spam entering your inbox on a daily basis, and over half of those we surveyed–51%–report unsubscribing to deal with spam.
The average person gets about 105 unwanted emails each day, according to our June 2013 survey of 1055 adult US Internet users. Blogs, media sites, and companies that you give your email often use it in ways you wouldn’t expect or want, often leading to annoying spam in your inbox.
Since most people deal with this issue on a daily basis, here are 5 ways you can stop spam email in its tracks…
Most times, the ability to create filters is located in your email client’s “settings” menu, and the filters can be created based on specific words, addresses, subject lines, groups of people, and many other criteria.
This is a nice stop gap solution to stop spam from getting to your inbox.
Warning: these tools require some tech-savvy and can be tough to figure out.