What is The best way to avoid spam folder
What is The best way to avoid spam folder
Royjhon Layno
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Guys what the best way to avoid the spam folder because most of the time my email landed to recipient spam folder my email autoresponder is getresponse and my email template is from the vendor follow email sequences thank you in advance
Posted 28 Jul at 02:18
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Miriam Feldman
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Hi! This is usually a big issue for a lot of people!

Have you checked your domain in postmaster to see what it's reputation is? If it has bad reputation, you will need a new domain but you need to warm that domain before you can send traffic to it.

Have you checked both the subject lines and the body text to see if there are a lot of spam words in the copy? If there are, you need to use a spam checking tool to see what the words are and rewrite the content without spam words.

Following those steps should help!

"I got my first sale EVER in affiliate marketing!" That's what I love to hear!
Posted 28 Jul at 09:33
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Maurizio Pace
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Getresponse is known to bind your account to bad ip pools as soon as they catch bad metrics (ie. unhealthy open/click rate) and your emails will start landing immediately to spam folder and there's almost nothing you can do about it.


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Posted 28 Jul at 11:47
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Royjhon Layno
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Maurizio Pace on 28 Jul 2022 at 11:47
Getresponse is known to bind your account to bad ip pools as soon as they catch bad metrics (ie. unhealthy open/click rate) and your emails will start landing immediately to spam folder and there's almost nothing you can do about it.
Can you advice me what is the best sofwate to use?
Posted 28 Jul at 11:51
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William McRea
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Royjhon Layno on 28 Jul 2022 at 11:51
Can you advice me what is the best sofwate to use?

It’s not the software…it’s how you email. Don’t do broadcast

Bill

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Posted 3 Aug at 21:45
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Sandra Baker
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This may sound crazy but it actually works with get response. In the subject line insert a . somewhere between a word. Example Are you looking to work online? Put Are you looking to work on.line? I know crazy but it has worked for me I have tested it about a 100 times. Without it goes to my test gmail accounts spam or advertisement folder, With it into primary.

Sandi
Posted 18 Aug at 19:40
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Shakil Parvez
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Royjhon Layno on 28 Jul 2022 at 02:18
Guys what the best way to avoid the spam folder because most of the time my email landed to recipient spam folder my email autoresponder is getresponse and my email template is from the vendor follow email sequences thank you in advance

Here are some best practices to keep your emails from falling into spam folders:

  • Make sure all recipients have actually opted-in to receiving your emails.
  • Send your campaign from a good IP address; that is, an IP address that hasn’t been used by someone else who has sent spam in the past.
  • Send through verified domains.
  • Keep any code clean.
  • Use merge tags to personalise the “To:” field of your campaign.
  • Show subscribers how to whitelist your emails and ask them to add you to their address book.
  • Avoid the excessive use of “salesy” language (these are spam trigger words like “buy”, “clearance”, “discount”, or “cash”).
  • Don’t “bait-and-switch” by using deceptive subject lines.
  • Include your location.
  • Include an easy way for subscribers to opt-out of your emails.


Hope this will help you to avoid being landed in the spam folder. Alternatively, you can contact the customer support of the autoresponder. They should be able to assist you on this matter.

Shakil | Customer Support Specialist
Posted 20 Aug at 07:52
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Billie Josey
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Posted 24 Aug at 13:03
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Consuelo Dobbs
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Sandra Baker on 18 Aug 2022 at 19:40
This may sound crazy but it actually works with get response. In the subject line insert a . somewhere between a word. Example Are you looking to work online? Put Are you looking to work on.line? I know crazy but it has worked for me I have tested it about a 100 times. Without it goes to my test gmail accounts spam or advertisement folder, With it into primary.
That works! I just tried it. Thank you so much.❤️❤️❤️
Posted 29 Aug at 02:03
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Royjhon Layno
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Sandra Baker on 18 Aug 2022 at 19:40
This may sound crazy but it actually works with get response. In the subject line insert a . somewhere between a word. Example Are you looking to work online? Put Are you looking to work on.line? I know crazy but it has worked for me I have tested it about a 100 times. Without it goes to my test gmail accounts spam or advertisement folder, With it into primary.
It works thank you so much
Posted 29 Aug at 02:11
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