As we’ve discussed often, a sent email is not necessarily a received email. In fact, an estimated 20 percent of all emails sent in North America never even reach the inbox.
This is a truly unfortunate waste of all the time and resources that you’ve spent crafting engaging and relevant messages! In fact, you know your customers would actually benefit from your messages, if they were able to actually see them. Ultimately, reputation is king in the world of email marketing. Keeping your reputation clean will increase the likelihood that ISPs will let your email through and maximize your email deliverability rates.
Last week we talked about the importance of quality content to maximizing email deliverability rates. Quality content equals quality reputation, which equals improved email deliverability.
That said, managing email deliverability can be a challenge for even the most experienced marketer or well-established brand, and sometimes we all need a tell-it-like-it-is, concise guide to help us tease apart the complexities behind why some emails are delivered and others aren’t. Enter the downloadable “Email Deliverability: Do’s and Don’ts Guide”.
Some of the issues covered by this guide include:
• A clear definition of deliverability and the laws that govern it
• How to identify most common causes that may be hindering your process
• Email deliverability best practices that you can easily integrate into your email strategy
• How to positively increase your sender reputation to improve email deliverability
Download the Guide here.