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Links in emails ? I need a help !

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by dariobl, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    Hello guys, basically when i send my email to gmail and hotmail without the link it goes straight to the inbox, but if i put my link into it, it goes to spam, is there any way to fix this ? I tried with my own domain - spam, bitly - spam, goo.gl - spam
    Anyway to bypass this?

    Thanks !
     
  2. marusia

    marusia Senior Member

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    Have you tried getting a new domain?
     
  3. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    It is a new domain
     
  4. trustedfire9

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    if you send bulk try to spin the email text , there's bots to automate it .
     
  5. xTiger

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    Create your own domain :)
     
  6. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    I have 10's of domains, and when ever i use any of my domains my email goes to spam, but for example, when i put google.com as a domain it goes to inbox. And i have never used any of my domains to send a single email or ever used them in emails :S.
     
  7. dubious

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    You need to have a trusted mailserver, basically if you send a few thousand 'test' emails to warm it up and no-one lists it as spam, it does wonders. New SMTP raise are treated cautiously at first.

    Also other mail tricks for email marketing include adding text to tell the user to add noreply@xxxx.com as a contact, this will ensure 100%

    @ above, domains probably have nothing to do with it as long as the website or server haven't been put on any blacklists. Generally in these cases, if you are on shared hosting and some moron got hacked it backlists EVERYONE on that server. Just check it on mxtools or something.

    OP, have you tried doing a test mailout with a generic link, like wikipedia? If that goes through, check if you website server has been blacklisted for anything.

    Edit: Just read the above post, definitely sounds like your server could be blacklisted.
     
  8. dariobl

    dariobl BANNED BANNED

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    Nope, none of my mailing servers are blacklisted, nor my domains.
    I have pretty decent email sending setup and it worked great just a day before, but today i'm getting this issue.