G-Lock Software, a leading internet software company recognized for their commitment to creating highly innovative, reliable and affordable products for businesses of all sizes, is pleased to announce that they have developed a new email marketing solution for Windows. G-Lock Software provides you with the unique bulk email marketing software for permission based email marketing. G-Lock EasyMail7 was specifically developed to save your time and money and eliminate the complexity and expense of operating a third-party email service and outdated mass email tools. It gives you the competitive advantage to boost online sales through email marketing without the high costs.
When it's time to clean your email list from invalid email addresses, you have the choice of using a desktop email verifier software or an online email verifier service.
In this article we'll give an overview of a desktop and online email verifier so that you can choose the best option for you.
Ease of Use
When it comes to the ease of configuration and use, an online email verifier service is preferable especially if you are not a computer's techie. All you need to do is to buy a package and upload your list to their database. They will send you the verified list back in a few days.
Desktop email verifier software requires time, efforts and some advanced knowledge for the installation and configuration.
If you choose an online email verifier service, you must upload your email list to a 3rd party database. Many people do not want to share their list with a 3rd party and this is the primary reason why they prefer to use a dekstop email verifier program. When you use desktop software, your email lists are maintained safely and securely on your local computer.
If you use email marketing as a way of communication with your subscribers, clients or customers, then it's important for you to maintain a clean email list with valid contacts.
Advanced Email Verifier from G-Lock Software is desktop email verifier software designed for businesses and individuals who collect email addresses and send newsletters to their subscribers. Our real-time email verifier is a viable solution for standard message delivery errors and high bounce rates you receive from your email service provider. The program verifies every email address from your mailing list and reports back with easy to understand verification results and status codes. Advanced Email Verifier helps reduce bounce rate by removing invalid addresses from your list or database.
Compared to online email verifier services, the Advanced Email Verifier is more affordable as you don't have to pay more as far as your list is growing. You pay only once for the license and you can verify as many email addresses as you need. No limits per day! And you don't have to upload your email lists to a 3rd party database and wait from several hours to several days for the task to be completed. With our Advanced Email Verifier your lists are maintained securely on your local computer and the verification goes in real time.
In this post we give step-by-step instructions for how to send email newsletters using our email marketing software, G-Lock EasyMail7.
In a nutshell, our bulk email marketing solution for Windows provides all you need to create and send personalized email newsletters at your desktop.
This guide assumes that you have already installed G-Lock EasyMail7 onto your computer and activated it. If you have not done it yet, you can download G-Lock EasyMail7 at this page.
Although the Advanced Email Verifier has a very good email validation success rate, it is simply not possible to guarantee a 100% accuracy level due to certain factors that are beyond our control. The level of accuracy you can obtain depend on the inbound SMTP connection policy of the remote ISP or ESP, reputation of the incoming connecting IPs and many other factors.
To save your time and protect your IP address from being blocked, we added rules for certain email addresses and domains that force the program to automatically mark the email addresses as "Bad" or "Unknown" without even trying to validate the email.
In this article we give the detailed explanation of why certain email addresses/domains are excluded by the rules and what to do if you still want to validate them.
The giveaway is closed and the winners are picked. The following users will get the license for G-Lock EasyMail Business edition:
Arora M P Singh
Plus, we would like to give the free license for G-Lock EasyMail Business edition to the user Omer Sharif Ibney Hai who was the first to take part in our giveaway and left a great comment on our site.
Our congratulations to the winners and Thanks to the rest for participating!
'G-Lock EasyMail Business Edition' software is used to create and send email campaigns at the user's desktop. People who want to have the complete package of features to manage their in-house mailing list, send personalized email newsletters, and process bounced emails install G-Lock EasyMail and use it for managing their email campaigns.
G-Lock EasyMail has no recurring fees and no limitations on the number of recipients which makes this software the most cost effective and popular among email marketers.
Understanding our Email List Hygiene, Verification & Validation Process
Our Email Validation Software like any other email checker tool can determine about 70-90% of bad email addresses. Advanced Email Verifier connects to the email addresses mail server, as part of validation process, and asks if the user exists but NEVER send an email to the recipient. If the recipient’s server gives the response that the user exists, the Advanced Email Verifier marks the email address as good. If the mail server says that there is no such user, AEV marks the email address as bad. This means that the Advanced Email Verifier classifies the email address depending on the response of the recipient’s mail server.
The main factors affecting email open rate are the sender, Subject, frequency, sending date/time and the nature of the message. Personal messages get a higher attention, followed by timely news. At the other side are pure email marketing newsletters and offers that look too good to be true. As your email will be competing with dozens of other marketing emails in the reader's Inbox, check out the tips below for good ideas how to write the Subject line.
This tutorial is for G-Lock EasyMail v6.xx.
You can read the tutorial how to send bulk emails with the unsubscribe link using G-Lock EasyMail7 here
Want convenient and easy ways to keep in touch with your subscribers, clients or customers? Try G-Lock EasyMail7 Now!
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System requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, Windows Server 2008/12
Providing the recipients with an easy way to unsubscribe is a must-have practice in email marketing. Every email marketer who are serious about their business must include the unsubscribe link into the emails for 3 simple reasons:
1. To make their marketing emails compliant with CAN-SPAM law.
2. To let the subscriber know they respect the subscriber's wish to leave the list.
3. To minimize spam complaint and bounced rate.
Read on to know how to send bulk emails with the unsubscribe link using G-Lock EasyMail bulk email software.
A bounce email is an electronic message returned to the sender because it was not delivered to the recipient for some reason. To understand possible reasons of email bouncing, let's go deeper into theory and trace the path the message takes from the sender's computer to the recipient's Inbox.
To reach the target recipient, the email message must successfully pass through numerous phases. Your email newsletter software sends the emails to your SMTP server or to your ISP SMTP server (it depends on the SMTP server you use). The SMTP server gathers the emails and puts them in a queue, then it sends the messages to the SMTP servers of your recipients' Internet Service Providers by establishing a conversation with the SMTP servers, i.e by connecting to the port 25 on the recipient's SMTP server. The recipient's SMTP server tells the sender's server if it is ready to receive the message or not. If it is not, the sender's mail server terminates the connection and will try again later.