72 Definitive Reasons Why Your Emails are Going to SPAM (Reason 27 Will Blow Your Mind)


If you are reading this it is highly likely that a portion of your email traffic is landing in SPAM. The tragedy is: You don’t have to be a spammer for your emails to land in SPAM. It is very likely that you were part of the collateral damage in a war being waged against email SPAM.

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The History of Spam in Marketing


“Two years from now, spam will be solved” – Bill Gates, 2004. Log in online and within a few short minutes you’re sure to be exposed to spam. A myriad of spam types exist today, including email, social media, search engine, and more. What is spam? Social Media Spam.

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How to Create Cost-Effective Email Campaigns That Won’t Land In Spam


Spam filters are continually evolving, and that can mean bad news for your business. Staying out of the spam folder is just the first step in getting your customers, the loyal as well as the new, to engage with your content and lead to communication or sale.

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Email Marketing Tool Tips: The Most Popular Spam Filter Testing Tools


Getting caught in the spam folder is an email marketer’s nightmare, but it’s more common than you might think. Or there might be issues with your infrastructure or the content of your email that can trigger spam filters, preventing your messages from being delivered to the inbox.

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Prevent Bots, SPAM, and Data Garbage in Your Digital Marketing Forms


Read this blog to eliminate bots, SPAM, and garbage data from your email marketing lists. Tired of retrieving fake or inauthentic form submissions? Demand and Lead Generation

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FTC Completes CAN-SPAM Review


Some background: the FTC solicited public comment on the CAN-SPAM rule back in June 2017. Email marketers have usually felt intimidated by the CAN-SPAM Act while anti-spam advocates have always felt that the CAN-SPAM Act didn’t go far enough. Their verdict? No changes.

How to Avoid the Spam Trap


There’s something lurking out there, in the corners of the email marketing world, that scares a lot of people: the Spam Trap. They’re scary because most people don’t really understand how spam traps work or how common they are. Unsolicited email isn’t spam – but if you send cold email, you’ll want take precautions to avoid spam traps. What is a spam trap? A spam trap is a valid, deliverable email address used exclusively to receive unsolicited email.

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Spam Traps and More – Email Deliverability Hot Buttons


Take a look at some of the outstanding questions from the webinar about spam traps and the answers to help you take control of your deliverability challenges. Q: What are Spam Traps? There are two types of spam traps – pure and recycled.

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Why I Don’t Care About Spam Rates and Sender Reputation (and Neither Should You)

The Point

Like so many things in today’s B2B marketing world, the question of what does or doesn’t cause business emails to be classified as spam constitutes a moving target. In other words, there are some variables that will increase spam score but also improve campaign effectiveness.

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More Business and Marketing Emails are Hitting Recipients’ Inboxes, Avoiding Spam Filters

KoMarketing Associates

Return Path recently conducted the “2019 Hidden Metrics of Email Deliverability” report and discovered that the average spam placement rate for business and marketing emails in 2018 was 14 percent.

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The Other Walking Dead: Combatting Spam Bot Appliance Emails


These annoying cyber monsters suppress your reported mailing statistics, and, even worse, eventually get recycled into a spam trap. I’m talking about the dreaded spam bot appliance email! Not unlike Zombies, spam bot appliance emails were previously inhabited by living humans.

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How To Get Your Emails to Stand Out When Everybody Else is Sending Spam

Marketing Insider Group

The post How To Get Your Emails to Stand Out When Everybody Else is Sending Spam appeared first on Marketing Insider Group. “Hello.

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The Thin Line Between Social Media Marketing and Spam

Digital B2B Marketing

You can spam. With more people publishing and more competition for our attention, free and easy-to-use communication channels lead to spam. Even well-intentioned individuals, marketers and publishers can fall into the spam trap. Enter the opportunity for spam.

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Spam Traps: What They Are and How to Avoid Them


Spam traps (also called honeypots) are used to identify and monitor spam email. Anti-spam organizations, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), and corporations use spam traps to lure spammers. Unfortunately, even well-intentioned senders can end up with a spam trap on their contact list. Spam traps can cause […]. The post Spam Traps: What They Are and How to Avoid Them appeared first on SendGrid.

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The Customer Is Always Right: Email Marketing Spam Edition

Modern Marketing

A key component to achieving this is making sure customers themselves do not perceive the messages they receive as spam. This triggers a spam complaint to the ISP hosting their mailbox, and can impact reputation to that entire network—even in very small values. Or non-spam?

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Storming the CASL: Keep Compliant and Hold the Spam


Spam, spam, spam, spam…. And Canada is officially battling it―well, the electronic kind of spam that has nothing to do with canned meat, that is. Not only will it help you stay compliant with the anti-spam laws, it will improve your marketing outcomes overall.

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What the New Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) Means for B2B Marketers


The difference between the United States CAN-SPAM Law and CASL boils down to permission. Blog Anti-spam law B2B Marketing CASL email and privacy compliance opt-in permission

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7 Dos For Deliverability and Avoiding Email Spam Filters

Modern Marketing

Spam Traps: Do you have a process to validate email addresses to be sure your database doesn’t contain a bad email that will land you in a spam trap or honey pot? How much time and money did you spend crafting that last email to promote your new product or service?

26 Tips to Avoid the Spam Folder, Lower Bounce Rate, and Improve Engagement


Confirmed Opt-In (aka double opt-in) is less of an issue for bounce rates and more of a recommendation for avoiding the spam folder. To avoid getting your email bounced or filtered to the spam folder, you should make it as easy as possible for spam checkers to mark your email as safe.

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You're important when you're marked "Not Spam"


A case in point is the ever popular spam filter. The trouble is, just like a tuna net catches a few dolphins, the spam filter catches some really important information which might mean that you never see it at all. I immediately tell Google it's not spam and it then goes to my Inbox.

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Email Testing: Spam, Links, and Rendering Tips


The post Email Testing: Spam, Links, and Rendering Tips appeared first on SendGrid. Learn more about how to test your emails for spammy content, broken links, and rendering issues across devices and browsers right in SendGrid's Marketing Campaigns.

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Do your prospects think of your email as spam?


The post Do your prospects think of your email as spam? appeared first on Salesfusion. Marketing Automation

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Your emails aren’t spam

Exo B2B

To take full advantage of this wonderful tool, it’s important to respect a few “golden rules” This will ensure your email gets into your recipient’s mailbox without heading straight to the “spam” folder.

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Top Tips to Avoid Spam Filters When Sending Emails


From an email sender perspective, spam email is any email message that an Internet Service Provider (ISP) filters into a spam folder instead of the recipient's inbox. The post Top Tips to Avoid Spam Filters When Sending Emails appeared first on SendGrid. In this post, we offer advice to help you make sure that your emails get delivered. Best Practices popular

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Spring Into Compliance – The Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) is Around the Corner

Marketing Action

The Canadian Anti-Spam Law (CASL) C-28 is scheduled for enforcement in Canada late this year to early 2014. The bill intends to promote ecommerce by deterring spam, identity theft, phishing, spyware, viruses, botnets and misleading representations online. CAN-SPAM compliance overview.

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5 Important Facts About Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation (CASL)

Modern Marketing

July 1, 2014, the day at long last that CASL (Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation) finally comes into force. The law is certainly a step beyond the US CAN-SPAM law in many respects, but it is not as harsh as the regulations in say, Australia or Germany. 5 Important Facts About Canada’s Anti Spam Legislation (CASL) is from Eloqua’s It’s All About Revenue, a Blog Covering Business To Business Marketing.

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Here’s The Difference Between Sales Spam and Human Connections


Ten years ago, our inboxes were flooded with marketing spam. Fortunately, technology (in the form of spam filters) and the law (in the form of email regulation) caught up, and now our inboxes are mostly clean from marketing spam.

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Canada issues first penalties under CASL anti-spam email law


The post Canada issues first penalties under CASL anti-spam email law appeared first on Salesfusion. Email Marketing

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Spam-Proof Your B2B Email Marketing Using Relevance


The post Spam-Proof Your B2B Email Marketing Using Relevance appeared first on EverString. Email. Data-Driven Marketing Modern Data

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The Evolution of Spam – An Email Marketing Infographic

Modern B2B Marketing

by Maria Pergolino According to Google, spam is either a canned meat product made mainly from ham or irrelevant or inappropriate messages sent on the Internet to a large number of recipients. B2B Marketing Email Marketing email infographic email spam spam

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Staying Clear of Spam Traps with Routine Data Maintenance


True to the adage “there is nothing new under the sun,” we’ve had a renewed rush of questions from B2B marketers about spam traps. I suppose it’s only natural given all of the attention that CRM data quality has been getting over the past few quarters. Since its become a recurring

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What Is CAN-SPAM? [FAQs]


CAN-SPAM ( C ontrolling the A ssault of N on- S olicited P ornography A nd M arketing) is an act that was passed in 2003. The Bureau of Consumer Protection notes that CAN-SPAM doesn''t just apply to bulk email. "It First, what are the penalties for non-compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act?

Why Do Spam Filters Hate Me?


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Why your referral marketing recipe needs to include CAN SPAM


How well does your referral program walk the CAN SPAM line? Let’s be honest, most people detest spam in both the digital and the supposedly food based form. That’s why it was inevitable that the Federal Trade Commission passed the CAN SPAM Act in 2003.

Do You Need to Worry About CAN-SPAM Lawsuits?

Modern B2B Marketing

Unfortunately, I don’t really need to introduce the idea of spam to you. As a consumer, you have probably received your fair share of spam messages, but as a marketer, you’re probably interested in the dangers that spam and spam laws can pose to your marketing activities and business.

Detecting Link Manipulation and Spam with Domain Authority


While I in no way intend to say that all manipulation can be detected, I want to outline just some of the myriad surprising methodologies to detect spam. The general methodology You don't need to be a data scientist or a math nerd to understand this simple practice for identifying link spam.

Mind the Spam Trap: New On-Demand Webinar Helps You Avoid Being Blacklisted

Marketing Action

First, your domain can easily end up blacklisted if a spam trap ensnares it. Second, spam traps and their consequence – being blacklisted – will effectively (very effectively) squash your deliverability. A spam trap has the ability to completely shut down your email program.

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