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Four Tips To Identify and Engage Inactive Subscribers

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  Despite your greatest efforts to deliver the most awesomely relevant content to your subscribers, you will inevitably find that a portion of your list turns out to be less loyal than you might have imagined. This segment of your list represents your inactive subscribers. Do you know what percentage of the people you’re emailing are truly engaged with your messages? If your answer is something along the lines of “I dunno!?”, then you might be asking yourself the following questions: Related PostsWebinar: Q&A with Ken and Carly The Benefits of Sending Email in the Cloud Webinar: Q&A With Elmer

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5 Key Practices to Avoid the Spam Folder

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According to MAAWG’s Email Metrics Report released in November 11, almost 90% of the emails included in their study were considered to be abusive. Spam and other malicious emails continue to plague customers, ISPs and legitimate senders so to ensure your emails get delivered to the inbox, you have to follow a few key email best practices. Focus on your sending reputation. ISPs look at your sending behavior to make filtering decisions. If you have a good sending reputation, your emails will get delivered, but if not, your emails may end up being blocked at the gateway or labeled as

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