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How are you different from my current “email service provider”?

An email service provider has a “pool” of IP addresses that all of their customers “share”. This means that you’re only as good as the worst person in your pool. So, if someone has high complaints, a lot of bad addresses, or causes problems with the IP addresses, you’re impacted negatively.

In addition, the ESPs are extremely strict when it comes to spam complaints, engagement rates, etc. When you’re sending through IPs dedicated only to you, with EmailDelivered monitoring your reputation, you’re only impacted by reaching the ISP thresholds, which are often quite a bit higher than your ESP.


How to Get Your Emails to the Inbox

If you want to get more of your emails to the inbox, you need to know the secrets that the Email Service Providers AREN’T willing to tell you. For a limited time, I’m sharing some select tips that top Internet Marketers know... for FREE.

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  • The How to Guide for getting your emails back to the inbox.
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August 12, 2013
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