- Mar 7, 2013
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Thanks a lot for your questions @Shatzyo .
1. So you do only 14-21 days of warmup with mailreach with their autopilot mode and then you start sending 50 emails from day 15th or day 22th(depends whether you start after 2 weeks or 3 weeks) and then you ramp up by increasing sending +20/30 per day? Why you stop at 100-120 emails? I thought you can safely send 200 emails a day with the warmup running at the same time?
2. Is it ok that i don't set up DMARC , only MX, SPF and DKIM? Cause I don't know how to set up DMARC. I've red many guides but its still not clear for me. Do you create a fresh gmail account for each DMARC for each separate gsuite? Or you use 1 same gmail for as many gsuites DMARC as you want?
3. And finally, are you sure you don't need proxies+multilogin for each gsuite? Because imagine, if you manage not 1 or 3 Gsuites, but let's say you send emails from 50 G-Suites daily? Do you think i can manage 50 gsuites safely from 1 same IP daily?
1. Most of the time you can safely send 200 emails a day with Mailreach warming in the background but you also need to follow the best practices. If you're not following them, you can still have spam problems by sending 200 emails daily. Even if Mailreach is for me the best warming tool, no tool can 100% immunize you against spam if you're doing bad stuff like no custom tracking domain, no unsubscribe link, too many follow ups, being too aggressive / salesy in your cold emails etc. And it also depends a lot on what you sell. If you talk about a service in the health, fitness or money earning field for example => more spam risk. There are areas where you need to be more careful than others. Also, it depends who you target. There are some target people who'll mark your emails as spam A LOT more than others, like doctors for example. Doctors don't work with emails and they receive a lot of prospecting emails so when they check their emails, they have very little time to spend on that and they easily click on the "mark as spam" button. In short : deliverability depends on A LOT of factors so it's always safer to send fewer emails.
2. You should set up DMARC, figure it out, just Google it and you'll find how to set it up.
3. Think one second : let's say you have a company in an office based in New York. You have 50 employees, each employee has an inbox and use it to send emails. You and your employees will have the same IP, does it mean Google will ban you and your employees for sharing the same IP ? No. I've never used Multilogin stuff or whatever to access Gsuite mailboxes.
4. Yes I have different templates if I have 3 sending addresses, but not really spin tax. Spintax usually makes it difficult to measure your results concerning which template works best, etc. And that's important.
Thank you @Shatzyo for the helpful advice
I got the point, adding words before or after like the examples you gave me sounds good
1-What about adding just random (meaningless) prefixes and suffixes like
Or it should be meaningful like "visit" "get" "the" "your" ...etc.
2- What about changing just the extension,
If we follow the instructions that you gave us (every user with one sending domain name)
Will beautyshop.com & beautyshop.net & beautyshop.info still be independent from each other in case of spam problem (although they share the same domain name but different extensions)
I mean if you get spam problems in one of them, it will not spread on the others?
1. I'd never have "xx" in the domain as it can be associated to porn stuff. It's better if that's meaningful but that's feeling, I don't have any data on that. I'd avoid using the same letters twice.
2. There are better extensions than others according to Mailreach and I always thought it was the case according to my tests. Just take .com, .co, not weird ones.
3. As long as your domains are different (different extension = different domain), it shouldn't spread on the others, except if you have the exact same emails between the domains / addresses, that's why you need to change the content.