20 Oct 2009 Posted by slazardi Comments (5)
Keeping your messages out of the Spam Folder
Before I start with today’s blog, I would like to thank Maldo, and all of you that are reading and enjoying the blogs. Maldo, I am sure that now that you have a better understanding of the Reports and Statistics of Emailbrain, interpreting them will be really easy, and you will take advantage of knowing how to keep track of them!
In today’s blog, I will talk about how to keep your messages away from the spam folder, I would like to give you some advice so your messages in fact, do not end up in the Spam Folder. Please keep these advices in mind since they will help your messages reach the inbox:
- Try to use a small font, for instance: +2 or +3 is a very good size.
- If you write text in red, and bold, there is a great possibility, your message will be considered spam.
- Avoid writing all CAPS, not only on the subject of the newsletter, but also on the content of your newsletter.
-Avoid certain words in the subject line of your newsletter such as: Free, Sex, Viagra. Money, Mortgage Etc. And many other common words that spam filters will consider spam.
- Do not write names in millions when it comes to money. For instance: $10,000,000 in the subject line.
- Never leave your message blank, always write something on the subject line.
I really hope these advices help, and that you follow them. Please keep in mind that Spam filters are very strict, so we must do everything on our hands to make the email reach the inbox.
I will be waiting for your comments on such an important matter, as it is keeping your messages away from the Spam Folder. Take care, and we will talk again on Friday!
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