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Articles and stories about email verification, data quality and email marketing, from the Verifalia team.
One of the biggest mistakes most online marketers do these days, is thinking that e-mail marketing is dead. Well, let me tell you something, email marketing is still one of the most successful digital marketing tactics you can do for your business.
The holiday season brings 50-100% more revenue for online and offline stores than the rest of the year. An important part of that revenue increase certainly comes from the emails sent during this important period: with all those holiday emails coming in, what can you do to make sure your emails get in front of your customers' eyes?
Mistakes can happen from time-to-time, even for email marketers. An invalid link, a misspelled word or even a broken image. The important thing to do when this happens is to take a breath and try not to panic. Let's discover in this post what you should do when email marketing mistakes happen.
Omnivore, Mailchimp’s abuse-prevention system, acts like a filter and checks every email list uploaded to the system. It uses an artificial intelligence to find email addresses triggering complaints (bounce, blacklisting, spamtraps). If you receive an Omnivore warning, don’t ignore it!
One of the most common challenges for email marketers is finding ways to reduce email bounce and making sure that the emails will reach the inbox. Communicating with prospective customers lays the foundation of any email marketing campaign - but a high bounce rate could limit your reach.
Dealing with international email addresses is not a simple task. An email address can often be misspelled or simply written in a foreign language. And the simple fact that many international email addresses are foreign to us means that we are unable to recognize when something is wrong.
As an email marketer, you'll sometimes have risky emails on your list such as role-accounts emails, disposable email addresses and email servers setup as a catch-all server. By sending emails to those risky addresses, you may hurt your sending reputation and experience other issues: read this post to learn more about some of the most common risky email addresses.
Email verification isn't always as simple as valid or invalid. Let's take a look at 5 common types of emails that require additional attention: catch-all servers, role accounts, free email providers, spam traps (aka honeypots) and unengaged recipients,
When choosing an email verification service, too many choices can quickly overwhelm your decision-making process if you don’t know which options are essential. Most providers offer the basics—syntax validation, server check and mailbox verification. But which features are really important?
Proactive email list cleaning is an essential part of any successful email marketing strategy; by the time you discover that you have an issue with email hygiene it’s generally too late - you’ve already wasted resources and done damage to your brand.
Email verification services help you reach more customers. Email deliverability is key to any successful digital marketing strategy and old, risky data will keep you from reaching your customers' inboxes. This is the complete guide to what email verification is and what it can do for you.