Welcome to the Unroll.Me Spammy Awards for

2016

#1 Winner

StumbleUpon

StumbleUpon had a 43% unsubscribe rate

#2nd place

Live Nation

Live Nation had a 38% unsubscribe rate

#3rd place

GoodReads

Goodreads had a 35% unsubscribe rate

  1. StumbleUpon – 43% unsubscribe rate
  2. Live Nation – 38% unsubscribe rate
  3. Goodreads – 35% unsubscribe rate
  4. Foursquare – 35% unsubscribe rate
  5. Shop Your Way Rewards – 35% unsubscribe rate
  6. Twitter – 35% unsubscribe rate
  7. Trulia – 35% unsubscribe rate
  8. Pottery Barn – 34% unsubscribe rate
  9. Classmates.com – 34% unsubscribe rate
  10. Flipboard – 34% unsubscribe rate
  11. Change.org – 33% unsubscribe rate
  12. Ticketmaster – 33% unsubscribe rate
  13. Ibotta – 33% unsubscribe rate
  14. Pottery Barn Kids – 33% unsubscribe rate
  15. iHeart – 32% unsubscribe rate

#1 Winner

Groupon

Groupon sent 388 emails on average per user

#2nd place

LivingSocial

LivingSocial sent 363 emails on average per user

#3rd place

Facebook

Facebook sent 310 emails on average per user

  1. Groupon – 388 emails sent on avg per user
  2. LivingSocial – 363 emails sent on avg per user
  3. Facebook – 310 emails sent on avg per user
  4. Meetup – 199 emails sent on avg per user
  5. J. Crew – 175 emails sent on avg per user
  6. Twitter – 173 emails sent on avg per user
  7. Victoria’s Secret – 160 emails sent on avg per user
  8. Linkedin – 157 emails sent on avg per user
  9. Gilt – 155 emails sent on avg per user
  10. Kohls – 154 emails sent on avg per user
  11. Banana Republic – 145 emails sent on avg per user
  12. Gap – 139 emails sent on avg per user
  13. Old Navy – 137 emails sent on avg per user
  14. Bed Bath & Beyond – 135 emails sent on avg per user
  15. Target – 120 emails sent on avg per user

#1 Winner

Black Friday

Black Friday had an average of 32 emails per user

#2nd place

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving had an average of 32 emails per user

#3rd place

April Fools

April Fools had an average of 30 emails per user

  1. WINNER – Black Friday – average of 32 emails per user
  2. Thanksgiving – average of 32 emails per user
  3. April Fools – average of 30 emails per user
  4. Patriot Day – average of 30 emails per user
  5. Veteran’s Day – average of 30 emails per user
  6. Earth Day – average of 29 emails per user
  7. Good Friday – average of 29 emails per user
  8. Cyber Monday – average of 29 emails per user
  9. Cinco de Mayo – average of 29 emails per user
  10. Valentine’s Day – average of 27 emails per user
  11. Halloween – average of 27 emails per user
  12. Christmas Eve – average of 26 emails per user
  13. Mardi Gras – average of 26 emails per user
  14. St. Patrick’s Day – average of 25 emails per user
  15. New Year’s Day – average of 24 emails per user

#1 Winner

Amazon

44% of Unroll.Me users are subscribed to Amazon

#2nd place

Facebook

36% of Unroll.Me users are subscribed to Facebook

#3rd place

Twitter

30% of Unroll.Me users are subscribed to Twitter

  1. WINNER – Amazon – 44% of users are subscribed
  2. Facebook – 36% of users are subscribed
  3. Twitter – 30% of users are subscribed
  4. LinkedIn – 29% of users are subscribed
  5. Pinterest – 29% of users are subscribed
  6. Instagram – 28% of users are subscribed
  7. Youtube – 28% of users are subscribed
  8. Uber – 26% of users are subscribed
  9. Apple – 24% of users are subscribed
  10. Google Plus – 23% of users are subscribed
  11. Spotify – 23% of users are subscribed
  12. Groupon – 22% of users are subscribed
  13. Ebay – 22% of users are subscribed
  14. Microsoft – 21% of users are subscribed
  15. Medallia – 20% of users are subscribed

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4,647,540,428 Unwanted emails stopped
297,442,587,392 Seconds saved

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