Being blacklisted is more common than you might think. If you’re not watching and paying attention, it’s now easy to get your emails blocked or blacklisted and not know it. What can you do to prevent your emails from being blacklisted?
We asked thousands of marketers if they run their emails through spam filter tests before sending—and which tools they use to do so. Here’s what we found.
As consumer attitudes toward spam continue to shift dramatically, it’s up to marketers to equally shift how they build their emails and run their marketing programs. In this webinar, Research Director Chad White teams up with Fluent CMO Jordan Cohen to unpack their research on how consumers’ attitudes toward spam are changing, and what email marketers need to know.
Back in July, Justine blogged about Outlook 2013 and her insights on this newest version of Outlook. Her perceptions were that because Outlook 2013 uses Microsoft Word as its rendering engine, HTML and CSS support has essentially remained unchanged between versions 2007, 2010, and 2013. In addition, here are some other elements that she remarked […]
I heard a great story recently from one of our customers about his experience with spam filters. Rick Ross at DZone told me he’s always careful to test his emails across a range of spam filters – in particular SpamAssassin…