Are your website emails ending up in your recipients’ spam folders?
How does email servers get added to an email black list?
- Spam complaints – If your recipients click the Spam button it can cause Internet/Email Service Providers (IESPs) to think your email content or list hygiene is bad.
- Mail volume – Shared servers are at risk due to the sheer number of emails sent by so many domain names (literally hundreds/thousands sometimes) can cause your host to be added to such a list.
- Bad lists or addresses – Email addresses that bounce (return to sender as undeliverable) can signal an IESP that there is nefarious activity.
- Email list size spike – Lists are wonderful ways to engage your clients but, if it spikes in size, IESPs may flag your list as being a purchased list
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