As email continues to evolve, it’s important to follow the best practices that will help your email reach the inbox. At SendGrid, we communicate with ISPs to help us stay on top of issues that affect our clients’ deliverability. In our webcast, The ABCs of ISPs, you’ll learn how to get you email delivered to major internet service providers (ISPs) like Gmail, Yahoo, and Hotmail.
The ISPs are like the gatekeepers to the inbox. Now they aren’t the only thing that stand between you and your recipients, but they have a say in who makes it to the end user. Each ISP has their own set of rules and restrictions, such as messages that can be received per minute, message size limits, etc. You need to know the rules of a game in order to win right? Same goes for email — the rules are set by ISPs and the goal is the inbox!
Join us for our next free webcast as our presenters Kristin Ferraro, Sr. Sales Development Rep, and Ryan Harris, Manager of Compliance, take you through what we recommend you know about ISPs on Tuesday, September 16th, at 1 PM ET.
Some of the topics they’ll cover include email deliverability…
- Strategies – Monitoring your reputation and properly authenticating your email.
- Tools – What do you even use to monitor your reputation? And specifically, what do you use when you find out your reputation isn’t good?
- Tactics – We’ll break down a few of the major ISPs and give tips on how to tailor your email program to their rules.
- Results – Top tips to not only get you in the inbox, but also how to stay there!
We will be hosting a live Q&A (via chat) throughout the webcast, so be sure to come with questions for our experts.