There are ways to set up an “e-mail bounce” or a “web page bounce”.
If you are familiar with these tactics, you already know that you can use these methods to decrease your chances of losing an e-mail account, ISP, or web page.
An e-mail bounce is one that when someone sends you an e-mail, for instance, to “email@example.com”, it is automatically routed to another e-mail address of your choice. Of course, when sending bulk e-mail, if the anti-spam activists complain to “firstname.lastname@example.org” you will lose the ability to have your e-mail automatically forwarded. But at least for a while, it can help protect your real e-mail account from problems.
A web-page bounce is where you have the hits to a specified URL, re-directed to another web page. Of course, if you choose to advertise a web page in your bulk e-mail, this may offer some protection for the web page that your prospects end up at, since the web page that they ended up at was not advertised in your bulk e-mail.