Inbox placement

Inbox placement is the ability of an email to bypass spam filters and land in the subscriber's inbox.

Inbox placement is a term used in email marketing that refers to the ability of an email to reach the recipient's inbox rather than being filtered into the spam folder or being blocked by the email service provider. The primary goal of email marketing is to deliver the message to the intended audience, and inbox placement is crucial to achieve that goal.

Inbox placement is determined by various factors, such as the sender's reputation, email authentication, content, engagement rates, and recipient behavior. To ensure high inbox placement rates, email marketers must follow email best practices, such as maintaining a good sender reputation, sending relevant and engaging content, using a clear and recognizable sender name and email address, optimizing email content for mobile devices, and providing an easy way for recipients to unsubscribe. By improving inbox placement rates, businesses can increase the visibility of their emails and improve the effectiveness of their email campaigns.

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