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Emails that I send to others are landing in spam folder...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by IMpossible, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. IMpossible

    IMpossible Supreme Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have a new website and when I send an email (let's say to you), that email will end up in your spam folder...

    What can I do against it?

    Cheers,

    "IMp"
     
  2. Adam718

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    Is it any email? Or newsletters? Check out some phrases that usually trigger spam filters.
     
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    1. check wordings
    2. check your email for spam words
    3. check if your ip / domain is blacklisted
    4. spf/dkim settings
    5. there are plenty of other factors involved than just these, if its not a problem for you pm me the email body and let me test it for inboxing test.

    cheers!!
     
  4. IMpossible

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    Even if I write emails by hand, still landing there...
     
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    Check the reputation of your ip at mxtoolbox.com (blacklist check).
    make sure that if you do nslookup on your ip, it resolves to your domain, and also make sure you have an SPF record for your domain that confirms the ip has permission to send email on behalf of the domain.
    spf records can be checked here:
    http://www.kitterman.com/spf/validate.html
     
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  6. IMpossible

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    Blacklist Check = Blacklisted on one provider.
    SPF Check = OK

    Problem still occurs.