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Published on October 20th, 2016 | by Contributing Author


The Do’s and Don’ts of Email Delivery [Infographic]

It may come as no surprise that here at VerticalResponse, we love email. After all, it’s what we do! But there’s more to it than that — email is a killer marketing tool. In a recent study, the Direct Marketing Institute found that 48 percent of consumers prefer to hear from companies on a weekly basis, and that email marketing delivers a whopping 4,300 percent return on investment (ROI). That’s $43 ROI to each $1 you spend on your email campaigns. Pretty good, right? We think so too.

When you send an email for your business, you expect it to simply appear in your subscribers’ inboxes, right? Well, there’s a lot more to getting email delivered than you may expect. Email Service Providers (ESP), like VerticalResponse, do a lot to ensure your email makes it to the inbox, but you play a part in delivery, too. This infographic outlines do’s and don’ts you should follow to help your emails make it into the inbox, rather than the dreaded SPAM folder.


Learn more about email delivery in our Ultimate Guide to Email Delivery – To the Inbox & Beyond.

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in September 2014 and has been revamped and updated for accuracy and relevance.

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4 Responses to The Do’s and Don’ts of Email Delivery [Infographic]

  1. sagrika says:

    Very nice infographics.These do’s and dont’s you have mentioned are very essential for digital marketers who are using email marketing techniques.

    Team Easysendy Pro

  2. John Alubi says:

    I have learned a lot that I didn’t know about email etiquette.
    Thank you, keep it up.

    John Alubu

  3. Nizam Khan says:

    Excellent infographic. The do’s and don’t are very useful.

  4. Great information. Not sure I understand why horizontal infographics are undesirable though. I often find them easier to read as I don’t need to enlarge them as much. Remember, not everyone on the internet has young eyes!

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