So, your last email campaign didn’t generate any hard bounces or complaints. That’s great!

But (and it’s a big one), that doesn’t mean it’s clean.

True email hygiene runs much deeper than removing undeliverable addresses.

There are a wide variety of bad addresses that can mess up your email marketing ROI. It’s very difficult, if not impossible, to catch them all on your own. They include:

  • Spamtraps;
  • Addresses acquired through forced sign-up;
  • Mistyped, but still deliverable addresses;
  • Disposable domains; and
  • Role accounts.

Want to find out how many of these are on your email list? Run it through Free List Check and uncover problems before it’s too late!

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