Nov 16, 2023
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Hi everyone,

Since Google is coming up with new rules for cold email from Feb 2024, I was thinking of using alternatives such as SendInBlue and Sendgrid. Does anyone have experience sending cold emails from these platforms? If yes that is how you handle FBL, spam complaints, etc.

Is this highly technical?
 
SendingBlue, SendGrid, MailChimp, getresponse.... all these platforms are not for cold emails and it's against their terms and condition. They will ban your account quickly.

Build your own SMTP servers, you'll need some syslinux skills and a good understanding of how mailing works from understanding the basics to knowing how to setup PowerMTA, MailWizz, Mumara...

Or use a premade solution that allows you to send using many Gmail/Outlook and proxies
 
SendingBlue, SendGrid, MailChimp, getresponse.... all these platforms are not for cold emails and it's against their terms and condition. They will ban your account quickly.

Build your own SMTP servers, you'll need some syslinux skills and a good understanding of how mailing works from understanding the basics to knowing how to setup PowerMTA, MailWizz, Mumara...

Or use a premade solution that allows you to send using many Gmail/Outlook and proxies
Can I learn this as a beginner? I have been scrolling through the internet and not sure where to start
 
Can I learn this as a beginner? I have been scrolling through the internet and not sure where to start

if you search the forum, you will find most topics are covered
 
What volume are you looking to send? Are you going for highly personalized high quality outbound or mass outbound lower quality?
 
I use Smartlead and get very good deals on G-suite inboxes. Easily my favourite method - such little hassle,

I've been doing cold outreach for the past 6 years on multiple platforms.
 
I use Smartlead and get very good deals on G-suite inboxes. Easily my favourite method - such little hassle,

I've been doing cold outreach for the past 6 years on multiple platforms.
What do you promote?
 
platforms like SendInBlue or Sendgrid typically provide mechanisms to handle FBL and spam complaints automatically. They will often have processes in place to handle bounce management, unsubscribe requests, and filtering out recipients who have marked emails as spam or reported abuse.
 
What do you promote?
I have a few saas tools that I am partnered with. It's how I make recurring income online. I promote the saas tools for myself.
I am also a cold outreach / lead gen consultant so I provide do cold email clients.
 
I have a few saas tools that I am partnered with. It's how I make recurring income online. I promote the saas tools for myself.
I am also a cold outreach / lead gen consultant so I provide do cold email clients.
From where do you scrap the emails?
 
I have a source that scrapes apollo

I also do a lot of cold outreach on LinkedIn & Facebook. My SaaS tool sends highly targeted and personalized automated DM's on Facebook - working very well right now with the strategy/messaging framework I am using
How come it's both personalized and automated?

Did you manually set it up or do you use some AI to fill it with personalized details?

I struggle to find the balance between sending highy personalized cold emails (takes time to even send one) vs sending a bunch of niche-specific copy and pasted ones (faster, less personal).
 
I agree with setting up your own SMTP server, and you might want to use email warm up services to warm up your IP
 
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