How do Businesses Get Blacklisted?
High Volume of Mail: A server sending too many messages to subscribers in their email list can get flagged as spam.
Email Forwarding: When an IP relays spam messages to another and you forward such an email, it may appear as if you created the spam message.
Attachments: Sending too many attachments in your email marketing campaign may lead to being blacklisted.
High Bounce Rate: This rate is a strong indicator that a mailing list has not been legally obtained.
Including too Many Materials: Emails containing lots of graphics, images, and animation materials trigger spam filters.
How to Get Removed from a Blacklist
If your company is included in a blacklist, you can submit a request for removal to the website housing the blacklist. The fundamental here is to follow their instructions carefully and obey their requests.
Email Blacklist Related Terms
- Email Attachment
- Hard Bounce Rate
- CAN-SPAM Act
- CASL (Canadian Anti-Spam Law)
- Domain Authority
- Email Deliverability
- Inbox Placement Rate
- Single Opt-In and Double Opt-In
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