Recently we were asked a question regarding what a dictionary attack was. A “dictionary attack” is […]
Relying on images in email marketing can hurt you for a few reasons: 1) It can increase the likelihood that your email will be marked as spam, and, 2) because so many services such as Gmail, and email programs such as Outlook, automatically block images, it can be detrimental to the effectiveness of your email if much of the impact of it was visual. Even when email applications don’t block images by default, many users are being advised to disallow images in incoming emails.
There are certain buzzwords that could be a ding against your email when it comes to […]
As many of you have heard by now, social networking site LinkedIn had a security breach […]
For those of you who have read the intro of our Email Deliverability Handbook, you know […]
SuretyMail is pleased to welcome our newest customer: eContacting! eContacting facilitates the connection between small businesses, associations and individuals with their customers, clients and members by helping them create professional newsletters online quickly and easily.
It's unusual that we post something requesting informtion from our readers, but we need your help. ISIPP SuretyMail is studying how closely what email marketers think about how those on their mailing lists view email marketing messages matches up with what these end users actually think.
We are pleased to offer our newest resource page, "How to Find Your Full Email Headers in AOL, Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook, Mozilla, Apple Mail and More!" This resource features a full explanation of what an email header is, and why it may be being asked for, along with full instructions for finding email headers in Gmail, Hotmail, AOL, Yahoo, Excite, Outlook, Outlook Express, Mozilla, and Apple Mail, with more to come!
We were sad to hear of yesterday's announcement of the closing of Goodmail. Goodmail had a good run, and a novel business model. We wish everybody there well. We also would like to extend a special offer to all of the Goodmail customers who will now be needing an alternative to their Goodmail email deliverability service.
We are sorry to see Delivery Monitor close - they have long been a respected partner for our ISIPP SuretyMail Email Accreditation service. However, our customers who have been using Delivery Monitor do not have to worry, as we are already providing an alternative to Delivery Monitor, with services which are similar in nature when it comes to the essential basics: is your email getting into the inbox, or going to the junk folder? Beyond that, if your mail is going to the junk folder, we tell you why and, most importantly, how to fix it.
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