This might seem restrictive, especially if you’re a high-volume sender relying on fast delivery to maximise response, but it can create opportunities
Spreading out email delivery has benefits. You can regulate how many emails are delivered during times of high traffic; it can improve responses to your emails and help develop insights about trends which could aid future email campaigns.
You’ll also be able to use throttling to manage your responses. For example, if your campaign includes a call to action of a phone call, throttling staggers email communications and manages call centre traffic. You’ll avoid leaving potential customers waiting on hold, which can reduce sales perform and harm your reputation.
For those email providers who are time sensitive, of course, it can create problems. For example, if you’re a daily deals site, you’ll need a high number of messages to reach your subscribers straight away.
In all these situations though, much depends on your domain reputation. If it is high, ISPs will impose looser standards than those who they suspect of sending spam. To keep it high, you can follow best practices both in the development of content and controlled delivery strategies which stop you triggering the defences of ISPs, and help you build a positive brand reputation
This is why you need an experienced email marketing provider, one which provides a comprehensive suite of services encompassing not only content optimisation but also specialised approaches to delivery.
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