The 2014 Unroll.Me SPAMMYs — Winners

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Everyone hates spam. But it keeps coming, and we keep stopping it. In 2014, we stopped over 3 billion emails from reaching our users’ inboxes — up 2 billion from last year. We also crossed the 1 million user mark. In light of this spectacular year, we’re releasing our second annual Unroll.Me Awards — now called The SPAMMYs (…get it?). The list below is a continuation of our official awards page. Enjoy and share away!

Most Unsubscribed Subscriptions:

Unroll.Me users unsubscribed from these senders the most in 2014:

  1. *StumbleUpon — 51% unsubscribe rate (WINNER!) *
  2. MoveOn.org — 48% unsubscribe rate
  3. Jetsetter — 47% unsubscribe rate
  4. Monster — 44% unsubscribe rate
  5. SlideShare — 44% unsubscribe rate
  6. Live Nation — 43% unsubscribe rate
  7. Angie’s List— 41% unsubscribe rate
  8. Rent The Runway— 39% unsubscribe rate
  9. GameStop— 39% unsubscribe rate
  10. NoMoreRack — 39% unsubscribe rate
  11. Travelocity — 39% unsubscribe rate
  12. Ancestry — 39% unsubscribe rate
  13. Sports Authority — 39% unsubscribe rate
  14. ProFlowers — 39% unsubscribe rate
  15. Care.com — 38% unsubscribe rate

Sends Most Emails:

These senders sent the most emails to Unroll.Me users in 2014:

  1. LivingSocial — 285 emails sent on avg per user (WINNER!)
  2. Groupon — 282 emails sent on avg per user
  3. Facebook — 263 emails sent on avg per user
  4. LinkedIn — 199 emails sent on avg per user
  5. Twitter— 117 emails sent on avg per user
  6. Amazon — 97 emails sent on avg per user
  7. Pinterest — 87 emails sent on avg per user
  8. Google — 62 emails sent on avg per user
  9. Google Plus — 62 emails sent on avg per user
  10. YouTube — 43 emails sent on avg per user
  11. Etsy — 29 emails sent on avg per user
  12. Ebay — 27 emails sent on avg per user
  13. Tumblr — 23 emails sent on avg per user
  14. Yelp — 21 emails sent on avg per user
  15. TicketMaster — 21 emails sent on avg per user

Most Popular Holidays:

Most emails were sent to Unroll.Me users on these holidays in 2014:

  1. Cyber Monday — average of 25 emails per user (WINNER!)
  2. Black Friday — average of 22 emails per user
  3. Veterans Day — average of 18 emails per user
  4. Thanksgiving — average of 17 emails per user
  5. Election Day — average of 17 emails per user
  6. Halloween — average of 17 emails per user
  7. Tax Day — average of 16 emails per user
  8. Columbus Day — average of 16 emails per user
  9. Valentines Day — average of 15 emails per user
  10. Ash Wednesday — average of 15 emails per user
  11. Cinco de Mayo — average of 15 emails per user
  12. St Patricks Day — average of 15 emails per user
  13. Good Friday — average of 14 emails per user
  14. Presidents’ Day — average of 13 emails per user
  15. Martin Luther King Day  — average of 13 emails per user

Most Popular Subscriptions:

These are the most popular subscriptions Unroll.Me users are subscriptions to:

  1. *Amazon — 69% of users are subscribed (WINNER!) *
  2. Facebook — 64% of users are subscribed
  3. Google — 58% of users are subscribed
  4. LinkedIn— 52% of users are subscribed
  5. Twitter — 48% of users are subscribed
  6. Google Plus — 45% of users are subscribed
  7. Pinterest — 41% of users are subscribed
  8. Skype — 37% of users are subscribed
  9. YouTube — 37% of users are subscribed
  10. Apple — 35% of users are subscribed
  11. Ebay— 32% of users are subscribed
  12. Groupon — 28% of users are subscribed
  13. Tumblr — 26% of users are subscribed
  14. Etsy — 22% of users are subscribed
  15. Ticketmaster — 21% of users are subscribed

See the official awards page

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Jack

In a constant search for new products, Jack has quickly adopted the oh-so-wonderful Slack — which he now forces the team to use for everything (even physical interactions). https://unroll.me