Have you ever wondered why some marketing emails arrive straight to the Inbox while others end up in the junk or spam folder? The key factor that determines whether your email is filtered as spam or goes to your subscriber’s inbox is your sender and IP reputation. Though there are other factors, but they are less important.
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Every email marketer is interested in delivering their email messages to the recipient’s Inbox. That’s why G-Lock EasyMail7 has the capability to test the email placement and spam filtering before sending the email campaign. There are some email monitoring services that also allow to run email delivery tests, but they charge a fortune for it.
Know your Inbox Placement and see Spam Filter report to detect potential delivery issues before sending real email campaign
You think you are sending great campaigns but your emails may be marked as spam by numerous spam filters and not reach the Inbox. What if you were able to diagnose and fix deliverability issues before sending the message to your list?
G-Lock EasyMail7 provides a relevant reporting of email campaign performance with seed-based Inbox delivery testing, spam filter and authentication testing, and delivery duration monitoring.
From the Inbox delivery testing report you can see how your message is treated by major Internet providers around the world and whether it is delivered to the Inbox, spam folder or blocked before reaching the recipient's mailbox. In Gmail you will see if your message is delivered to the Primary or Promotions tab.
Spam filter testing helps you identify which filters are blocking your emails. You get a spam testing report from Postini and SpamAssassin. We also provide as much detail as we can squeeze out of them to help you troubleshoot.
Sender authentication testing checks your authentication each time you send an email to our seed list. You will be able to see on an individual email campaign basis whether your email is passing DKIM and SPF authentication.
Delivery duration tracking is also essential. It helps determine if there is an issue with ISP throttling. Rather than blocking your emails altogether, some ISPs will delay the delivery of emails when the volume passes a certain threshold. This can be particularly harmful for time sensitive promotions or important transaction emails.