Adding an Email Preheader Increased My Inbox Placement Rate by 15%

Email delivery is stupid. I’m not kidding. It’s been around for over 20 years but we still have 50+ email clients that all display the same code differently. And we tens of thousands of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who all basically have their own rules around managing SPAM. We have ESPs that have stringent rules that businesses have to conform to when adding a single subscriber… and those rules are never actually communicated to the

Email Address List Cleaning: Why You Need Email Hygiene And How To Choose A Service

Email marketing is a blood sport. In the last 20 years, the only thing that’s changed with email is that good email senders continue to get punished more and more by email service providers. While ISPs and ESPs could totally coordinate if they wanted to, they simply don’t. The result is that there’s an adversarial relationship between the two. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) block Email Service Providers (ESPs)… and then ESPs are forced to block

What Is An IP Address Reputation And How Does Your IP Score Affect Your Email Deliverability?

When it comes to sending emails and launching email marketing campaigns, your organisation’s IP score, or IP reputation, is highly important. Also known as a sender score, the IP reputation affects email deliverability, and this is fundamental for a successful email campaign, as well as for communication more widely.  In this article, we examine IP scores in greater detail and look at how you can maintain a strong IP reputation.  What Is An IP Score

What is IP Warming?

If your company is sending hundreds of thousands of emails per delivery, you can run into some significant issues with internet service providers routing all of your emails into the junk folder. ESPs often guarantee that they send an email and often talk about their high delivery rates, but that actually includes delivering an email into a junk folder. In order to actually see your inbox deliverability, you have to utilize a third-party platform like