Beginner’s Guide to Email Marketing
Quick Guide to Email Service Providers
Why can’t I use my regular email service provider?
You are probably familiar with inbox providers, which are email platforms like Gmail or Yahoo Mail. Inbox providers are amazing options for sending one-on-one social emails. But if you are a business, you are sending emails to hundreds and even thousands of people, which is also known as “bulk emailing” or “mass emailing.”
When you hear “bulk emailing” or “mass emailing,” what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Most likely, it’s spam. Spam is frequently sent in bulk, either by a bot or an anonymous sender. More often than not, spam contains hostile malware.
At one point or another, we’ve all received spam in our inbox or junk mail folder. With time, we have learned to treat spam with caution, and we’re not the only ones. You may be a legitimate business, and you pride yourself with great quality email newsletters. But regardless of whom the emails are from, mass emails can still give red flags to both inbox providers and internet service providers (ISPs).