Are you sending more emails than usual in effort to keep your customers up-to-date on your response to the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, now is the time to focus on email hygiene to be sure that as many of your emails as possible reach customer inboxes.

Major Improvements to Free List Check!

In light of this, we’re excited to announce that our new and improved Free List Check tool is now live!

The updated version can now accept files of up 5 million records. It also provides a comprehensive Summary Report of your file. This includes actual counts of the toxic and damaging emails in your file such as spamtraps. The new detailed insight makes it easy for you to identify specific problem areas in your email database.

Sending More Emails, Use this Reporting First

The Risk of Sending More Emails

Many businesses are sending out mass emails with coronavirus advisories. Many are ramping up their messaging volume as they go deeper into their files to maximize their reach.

This creates a major (and unnecessary) risk! It all has to do with the older legacy email addresses, which have a higher likelihood of being converted into spamtraps, included in these mailings. That’s because older, inactive email addresses are the ones that spam filtering organizations utilize to build their spamtrap lists.

Are you reaching deeper into your file than customary? If so, toxic email addresses will inevitably be included in your email campaigns. This will damage your business by:

  • Hurting your deliverability and in-box placement
  • Reducing the reach of intended recipients, and
  • Possibly resulting in your being blacklisted.

Scan a List Today!

Want to ensure that your sending file includes only safe and guaranteed deliverable email addresses? Start by running it through Free List Check. It’s the only way to ensure that your list is clean and problem-free, thereby maximizing your deliverability, in-box placement, and opens.

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