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    Question Any one know about email marketing?
    How to avoid spam in email marketing? Please help.

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    Elaborate on what you want, please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCrooks - AffiliateWindow View Post
    Elaborate on what you want, please.
    Recently i have joined as a email marketing executive. I have learned all things about email marketing but many of my company emails going to spam folder not to inbox folder. So that, My users unable to receive information from my company. I need some suggestions to avoid this spam. Please give suggestions whatever you know. Thanks in advance.

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    In the US people have to agree that they want to recieve the emails, or they can report them as spam. Double opt-in is the required standard. If many of your emails are going into Spam folders, emails from your company have probably been reported as spam to the ISPs, which you'll have to deal with on a case-by-case basis. You should also examine the design of your emails to see which guidelines they violate that may trigger a spam designation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JCrooks - AffiliateWindow View Post
    In the US people have to agree that they want to recieve the emails, or they can report them as spam. Double opt-in is the required standard. If many of your emails are going into Spam folders, emails from your company have probably been reported as spam to the ISPs, which you'll have to deal with on a case-by-case basis. You should also examine the design of your emails to see which guidelines they violate that may trigger a spam designation.
    So, If we use double opt-in process can we solve this problem?

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    The double opt-in process will reduce the chances of your emails to people who subscribe after you start it being reported as spam. Your current subscribers might still report your emails as spam.

    One merchant I worked with got reported as a spammer because he subscribed customers to his newsletter mailing list without asking them if they wanted to be on it. He then had to email the entire list and invite them to subscribe. If they didn't subscribe at that point, they were off his mailing list. That was years ago, and he's still in business.

    You can reduce the chances of your emails triggering spam filters by avoiding certain words. See these articles:

    Top 100 Spam Trigger Words and Phrases to Avoid
    http://www.leadformix.com/blog/2013/...ases-to-avoid/

    Spam words to avoid
    http://www.mailup.com/resources-mail...0fa3e600d8b508

    The Ultimate List of Email SPAM Trigger Words
    http://blog.hubspot.com/blog/tabid/6...ger-Words.aspx

    And more tips:

    How to Avoid Spam Filters
    http://mailchimp.com/resources/guide...-filters/html/

    8 Little Known Ways to Avoid The Email Spam Filter
    http://blog.crazyegg.com/2012/06/26/...l-spam-filter/

    I'm not affiliated with any of the above articles or websites.

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    Techniques of email marketing to make sure your email is spam free
    Hi,

    thanks for your question.

    The important points you should follow to avoid spam for email marketing are

    1.Avoid using bright, red or green colored fronts.

    2.Avoid using Bad Content.

    3.Avoid using phrases "Click here! or " Once in a lifetime opportunity!"

    4. Avoid using all Caps, especially in the subject.

    5.Avoid coding Sloppy HTML, usually from converting a Microsoft Word file to HTML.

    6. Avoid using the word test in the subject line.

    7. Avoid sending to inactive list.

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    Thank you all for sharing valuable information. I have learned some new tips in email marketing.

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