Hitting Send with Confidence, not Concern | FeedBlitz

Hitting publish on one of the best pieces of content you’ve ever written—or hitting send on the greatest email ever—feels completely amazing. You step away from the computer feeling strong, accomplished, ready to tackle the next project head-on. Later, though, when you return to your computer to check how your mailing did, you discover that even with your phenomenal content, barely a fraction of your list has opened it, with some subscribers writing to complain that they never even received it.

We don’t need to dive into how disheartening this moment feels, or how utterly infuriated or disappointed this discovery leaves you.

The culprit here can be poor deliverability. If your emails are rejected by your subscriber’s mail servers, they will never be seen as they don’t make it to the mailbox. This is one of the many reasons why we continuously work to ensure the highest deliverability rates possible to all of our publishers. This is our top priority at FeedBlitz, because the last thing you should ever concern yourself with is whether or not your emails were delivered!

What is deliverability?

Deliverability is exactly what you’d imagine it to be: the ability to deliver. In email marketing, it is the ability of your bulk email service provider (ESP) to deliver your emails effectively to the mailboxes of your subscribers. All major ESPs operate on what is called a deliverability rate which shows the amount of emails able to successfully be delivered at any given time. Since our inception, FeedBlitz has consistently operated on a 99.75% or higher deliverability rate for our publishers. We do NOT play around when it comes to this number and guard our systems fiercely to ensure it stays at or above this percentage.

Why does a high deliverability rate matter with your bulk ESP?

The higher deliverability rate of your bulk ESP, the more likely your emails are going to reach your subscriber’s mailboxes. According to Cisco’s 2017 Annual Cybersecurity…

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