Email Regulations and CAN-SPAM: The BizzyWebinar Recap


Not sure what “CAN-SPAM” means?  The “CAN-SPAM” Act stands for the “Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing” Act which is codified in 15 U.S.C.A. §§7701-7713.  Do you know whether it applies to you?

Have you been told you should try email marketing for your business, but you’re not sure which rules you need to follow?

Did you miss this week’s live broadcast of Attorney Erin Schulte Swanson’s presentation “Email Regulations and the CAN-SPAM Act” which was hosted by BizzyWeb as part of its weekly BizzyWebinar series?

Stream the replay below for information on:

  • State and federal laws governing your business email messages
  • Email dos & don’ts
  • Required subject disclosures for commercial messages
  • Penalties for violating the law
  • Strategies for avoiding getting “blacklisted” by your service providers (and potentially losing your domain)
  • The importance of monitoring employees, contractors, email management services and marketing companies sending messages on your behalf



If you have additional questions about what you can or can’t legally do with your email marketing, please contact Erin!

For questions about how to get the most out of your email promotions, BizzyWeb is a fantastic resource.