Whether you’re a veteran or new to email marketing, you know that it is not an easy task. We tend to think that sending emails to subscribers and customers should be as easy as pie, but a major obstacle is whether all emails are delivered to each name included in your lists.
Using great content and personalized messages can inspire your subscribers to take positive action or response from it. After all, great deliverability allows you to maximize your ROI.
4 quick tips to improve email deliverability
Check the profile of your subscribers
Take the time to check the profiles of your subscribers and customers. There are so many existing fake profiles, which were created to spam other people’s inboxes. Be aware that the email addresses that they normally use in their profiles are called “spam traps”. You should nothing expect anything beneficial from them and the best thing to do is to delete and remove your inactive subscribers. We’ve provided our insights on the best ways to do that here.
Utilize double Opt-Ins
Want a quick measure to bring in a higher rate of genuine subscribers? Double opt-ins, also known as confirmed opt-in, refers to when people enter their email addresses to subscribe to your website and then have to check their inbox for a clickable confirmation link to fully subscribe. The email deliverability rates after using double opt-ins are higher compared to singular opt-ins.
Optimize your subject lines
Your subject lines have one mission, to grab your subscribers’ attention. It should be relevant to your subscribers and the content. Make it short, informative and keep it interesting. A/B Testing is a strong way to optimize your subject lines This will make your email marketing campaign successful and improve your email deliverability.
Be consistent with your sending schedule
Be aware of your sending schedule. Make sure that you check and monitor the best times to send your email marketing campaigns. Create a consistent schedule of sending your campaigns so that your subscribers will stay updated.