It can be a challenge to meet the email marketing requirements for a physical address if you work from home or don't have an actual office. If you don't want to use your home address for marketing contacts in emails but don't have an office address, there may be alternative addresses you can use, as long as you're able to receive mail there.

In this article, you'll learn about a few ideas that have worked for HelpfulCrowd users in the past. Please note these are suggestions and we recommend you speak with a professional to determine if the address you want to use fits valid postal address requirements for marketing email contact information. 

  • Gallery or Store Affiliations If you are affiliated with a gallery or retail store, and they will receive mail for you, you may be able to use that address.
  • Business Managers or Other Representation  If there is someone who represents you professionally, they may have a P.O. Box where you can receive mail and may allow you to use their address.
  • Rehearsal or Studio Space If you have a creative space, such as a music studio, rehearsal space, or if you're an artist in residence, you may be able use that address.
  • Teachers If you're a teacher at a store or other establishment, such as a music teacher, and can receive mail there, you may be able to use that business' address.

This information can apply to a wide variety of creative or non-traditional professionals who don't have a physical address they feel comfortable sharing with their contacts.

Sometimes the only answer is to purchase a P.O. Box, but hopefully this gives you some alternative ideas to work with so you can update your marketing contact details. Whichever option you choose, make sure the address you use is valid, reliable, and that you're able to receive mail there.

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