Email goes into spam folder, how to avaid and how to know?

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How to know if my emails go into the spam folder of the receiver email? and how to avoid it?
 

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try checking through services like https://glockapps.com/spam-testing/ and analogs
 

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From your domain email send to your own gmail,outlook and yahoo. If all these 3 pass, then you can be sure your emails are not landing in spam. Of course don't use spammy subject lines and spammy content in your email.
 

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From your domain email send to your own gmail,outlook and yahoo. If all these 3 pass, then you can be sure your emails are not landing in spam. Of course don't use spammy subject lines and spammy content in your email.
all three go to spam! but my domain is new how it goes to spam?
 

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Warm up your email, and check on mail-tester.com. Should help.
 

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Are you tracking open/response/click throughs? If you're landing in spam, these will all trickle down to nothing.

I used mail-tester.com to roughly guage inbox rate, but really the best way is to track these things yourself IMO
 

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You need first to warmup your domain by using a warmup service or start by low numbers and increase slowly each day.

Start by sending plain text - no html.

Avoid sending links when warming up, avoid them everytime when it's possible.

Avoid tracking pixels.

Subscribe to established newsletters.

Create some social accounts with the email.

Try to generate replies, write to supports ;)

Always clean your lists.

Add the report spam link/unsubscribe and add reporters/unsubscribers to your suppression list.

What are you using to send your emails?
Are you sending B2B cold emails or B2C offers?
 

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Did you warmup the SMTP and the domain? If not do that. Then did you clean the list? If not, then run that through zerobounce. Remember to not send spam.

Only include 1 domain in the email copy. Is the domain in the copy the reason it's going to spam? Swap it. Go to h-educates youtube channel and start learning my friend
 

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First, you need to build a reputation for your email domain. Check this article to get some idea about it.

https://www.mailgun.com/blog/domain-warmup-reputation-stretch-before-you-send/

Secondly, you should avoid using spam-trigger words in your emails/

https://journeys.autopilotapp.com/blog/email-spam-trigger-words/
I agree with this! You can find warmup services for cheap that work fairly well for small volumes. Bigger volumes get yourself a custom script the logs in clicks, stars, etc
 

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I just pay for email service. I use https://privateemail.com which is owned by Namecheap.

It’s cheap and my emails always go to the inbox.

When you provide a product or service it’s really important that your customers get the email. Totally worth the $20 a year to me.

maybe you should check out a professional email service too.
 

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How to know if my emails go into the spam folder of the receiver email? and how to avoid it?
You are usually getting some notifications about it, it's not a problem to figure that out, or there are even some extensions that you can include in the email and that will give you similar information. The way for you to avoid it would be to always check emails before yo start sending them out and to use only valid addresses for it.
 
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