Category: Beginners Guide

[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 10, Future of Email

Lesson 10, Future of Email The Future of email has already arrived – in part because i was meant to post this 2 years ago 🙂 Last year we heard several discussions regarding trusting senders, security and their performance. Several

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[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 9, User Engagement

This can be defined as an assessment of an individuals response for some type of offering. For the instance of email marketing, a user may open or click through an email, they would therefore be engaging with your email campaign.

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[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 8, Blacklists & Whitelists

One thing we need to avoid as an email marketer or a Deliverability expert are Blacklists, these are lists which can either block or limit your marketing campaigns. Blacklists are there to help police the email marketing world, and to

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[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 7, Feedback Loops (FBLs)

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Lesson 7, Feedback Loops (FBLs) More often or not, we complain if we receive unsolicited emails. We can complain in many forms. Typically with emails we’d hit the ‘spam’ button and let that manage itself, we may even delete the

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[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 6, Single Opt in, Confirmed Opt in & Double Opt In

Lesson 6, Single Opt in, Confirmed Opt in & Double Opt In The biggest factor that affects your Deliverability from the offset is your data collection process, which in turn directly affects your data quality. Here we are not just

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[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 5, Spam traps & Honey traps

[Beginners guide to Deliverability] Lesson 5, Spam traps & Honey traps Lesson 5, Spam traps & Honey traps The key point here is your list hygiene or that of your clients. You can’t just drive your results with a good

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