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Warming up a Domain for cold emails. Is that a thing?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by cgw123, Nov 6, 2019.

  1. cgw123

    cgw123 Registered Member

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    Do people offer services that help warm up an email domain? Like they have a list of emails on good IP's that we can send to and have them reply to the email to help raise the sender score.

    I'd be interested in getting that. Let me know what you think.
     
  2. Sharegrams

    Sharegrams Newbie

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    You can buy aged gmail accounts and use that to send 100-200 a day.

    But yeah that seems like an interesting service, email servers are very hard to deal with. It can take a long time to get a good reputation.
     
  3. cgw123

    cgw123 Registered Member

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    Oh I didn't know that. Thats just in the market place?

    I'd love to see a service that helps warm up the gmail accounts.
     
  4. Sharegrams

    Sharegrams Newbie

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    The gmail accounts don't need to be warmed up that's the thing, as long as they're aged you can hit any inbox with them. You just have to change up the email text a bit.

    If you went with your own domain... it would be very hard to hit gmail, hotmail, etc inboxes as their spam filters are intense. Gmail is so defensive they may not even send your mails to spam they can just outright reject them completely like they never existed.