How to evaluate and find the best email verification services on the web. Here’s a detailed list of providers as well as a tool where you can test an email address right in the article.
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
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
We recently got ourselves in a bit of trouble with our email provider when we reintroduced some old email addresses to our account. A ton of them bounced, we got some SPAM complaints and someone was so angry that they contacted our provider personally to complain. We wound up removing said email addresses from the account in accordance with a request from our email provider. The statistics in this infographic from Sample E-mails points directly
When I read the recent story about an IT group in the UK that banned email, I had to stop and think about my own activity on a daily basis and how much email robs me of a productive day. I posed the question to our readers via a Zoomerang poll and very few thought that email would die any time soon. The problem, in my opinion, isn’t email. When email is utilized effectively, it’s