This study shows that approximately 65 percent of all email sent is spam. Avoid your marketing emails sent to the trash folder.
When you launch your email marketing campaign to compete with a large number of other mail to the attention of the mailbox. As well as your legitimate email also competing with a large number of spam email campaign. In fact, research has shown that nearly 65 percent of all email sent is spam.
It is no surprise then that all people fed spam and now businesses and individuals to do something about it. In many cases, they are set up spam filters to get rid of junk.
Spam filters can be used straight from the box or set up the specified tolerances. As a result, an email gets through the spam filter can not get through the other.
Here are some useful design tips to consider when you put your email campaigns to help stop your communication is discarded by spam filters:
A professionally designed e-mail with the correct HTML code will ensure that all of your email looks best on all browsers and avoid the high cost of spam for coding.See bad either: Avoid Christmas cashflow crisis
Make sure that your email is not missing or redundant code.
Do not miss the email title.
spell everything correctly.
Ensure that your email will not create such images. It is a great tool to learn to use spammers to get past content filters. Try to get a good mix of HTML text and images with your email for the best results.
Always send a simple text version of your HTML email to check if the recipient can not use HTML or open them in your PDA or phone, they still have to see.
Always try to make the plain text version corresponds to the version of HTML as possible.
DO NOT USE if you do not have capital letters too. It’s even worse when all the lines in the capital.
Avoid the use of italics and fonts are huge.
Avoid the use of non-standard colors.
Avoid specific way within email.
The text also makes a copy of your email is very important. A few words on their own or with others can lead to serious implications spam. Below are examples of words and phrases to avoid:
Dear Friend – either right or use personalized Sir / Madam.
Free – Offers, free trials, free apps, free samples, free access, free what could be causing the problem of spam, particularly when used in the capital.
There is no risk, low risk, risk-free.
“Click here” or “click below.”
There is no catch.
Money back guarantee.
Click for removal.
Have you ever been refused?
Never mentioned law or spam spam your email.
Finally, we recommend running your email through a spam checker that will tell you if your email is considered spam or not. You can also set up an email account on the site commonly used tests such as Hotmail, Yahoo and AOL to see if your email is up in your inbox or spam box.