That said, if a person on Europe email list your list is not engaging with you by at least opening your emails (hopefully reading the content and clicking on the links) at least some of the time, you're wasting your Europe email list effort and their time by continuing to email them. You should periodically "wash" your Europe email list by attempting to re-engage with the individuals and, if that doesn't work, removing them from your list. A small, dedicated and engaged audience is better than a larger audience that doesn't give a damn about you.
This describes a re-engagement sequence using Millerites' Automation tool Europe email list. I use this sequence for my own lists, as well as the lists of my clients. You can build a similar sequence in every other major Email Service Provider / list management tool. First, I select people who have Europe email list not opened an email from the sender within a certain framework. Depending on how often your emails go out, I suggest 24 emails or 6 months. I copy those names to a new Europe email list- make the name obvious, like "No Engagement" or "No Opens," something like that. I then send them a 3-email sequence to try to get them to confirm their interest.
I can't give you exact wording. Your Europe email list members, and their reason for initially connecting, will be different from mine. However, the "bones" of the email can be the same. The first email thanks them for joining, but says you've noticed they haven't read any of your recent emails. Acknowledge that interests can change. Tell them that new content is Europe email list coming, but if they're truly no longer interested, they can click Europe email list on the "Unsubscribe" link at the bottom of the email. You could also give them a link to click (a page on your website is good) so they can see what's happened lately.