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Email marketing (problem with "spam" folder)

Discussion in 'General Marketing' started by kaspiss, Mar 17, 2018.

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    Hi everyone, i'm newbie here so i hope i have chosen right topic :)
    SEMrush
    So i want to do email marketing, have tried mailchimp and mailjet websites to send emails... But i had one big problem - all my sended emails went right to "spam" or "subscripton" folders... in the beginning i thinked that maybe information i sent was market as spam, but then i tried to send almost empty emails to my list and all emails went right to "spam" or "subscription" folder, but i want that emails hit general "inbox" folder...

    So i wanted to ask - which email marketing website should i try? I need a website where i can import a list of my subscribers.....
    I'm looking forward to hear some ideas! :)
    Sorry about my english, it's not my general language...
     
    kaspiss, Mar 17, 2018 IP
    SEMrush
  2. FiveStarFiverr

    FiveStarFiverr Greenhorn

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    The problem isn't the site you're using. It's likely the email you're sending out.
     
    FiveStarFiverr, Mar 17, 2018 IP
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    Dana C. Beck Active Member

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    I have used GetResponse and they have tutorials on how to lower you spam score. Also, make sure your email address that you're using isn't a public address like @gmail.com. You should send all your emails from your own domain, e.g. . Lastly, if you have sent out lots and lots of emails before, your domain in your email address could be flagged as spam. There's a lot of reasons why your open rate could be suffering, but these are just a few ideas.
     
    Dana C. Beck, Mar 19, 2018 IP
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    Pajari01 Peon

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    The problem might be caused with the email itself. For instance, you used spam trigger words, didn’t include an “unsubscribe” link, the HTML-coding for your email doesn’t follow best practices etc.
     
    Pajari01, Mar 26, 2018 IP
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    bxqzblog Greenhorn

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    Also, don't forget that for email marketing, it's a big issue that gmail now places emails in the 'promotional' tab. Tough luck for you if that happens :(
     
    bxqzblog, Mar 26, 2018 IP
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    Pamela Turns Active Member

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    I agree. Before you sent it out, double check your email first so as not to look like a spam.
     
    Pamela Turns, Apr 2, 2018 IP