Spam is Unsolicited or unwanted email communications.

Spam is unsolicited or unwanted email that is sent to a large number of recipients, typically for commercial or fraudulent purposes. Spam can be harmful to email marketing campaigns as it can negatively impact a sender's reputation and lead to emails being marked as spam or blocked by email providers. To avoid being labeled as spam, email marketers should follow best practices for email marketing, such as obtaining permission from subscribers to send emails, using a double opt-in process, and providing a clear and easy-to-use opt-out option.

Email providers use various tools and algorithms to detect and filter out spam emails, including content filters, reputation filters, and user behavior filters. These filters analyze the content of the email, the sender's reputation, and user engagement with the email. Marketers should also ensure that their emails are compliant with anti-spam laws such as the CAN-SPAM Act, which requires the inclusion of certain information in commercial emails and prohibits deceptive or misleading subject lines.

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