Spam words you should avoid in your email campaign
Writing The Perfect Subject Line
Writing the subject in your emails can be one of the most stressful steps of email marketing. Is it engaging? Too long? Too short? Too boring? Will your audience click ‘delete’ Spam to it? Or will they open it? Will, it even get to them, or will it trigger SPAM filters? It’s the closing of those worries that we’re here to assist with today.
What Are Spam Filters
How Spam Filters Are Triggered?
Trigger words are known to cause problems and increase the probabilities of your email getting caught in an exceedingly SPAM trap. By avoiding these words in your email subject lines, you’ll be able to dramatically increase your chances of getting beyond SPAM filters.
Most Important Thing You Should Consider
Don’t use all caps
Don’t make spelling mistakes
Don’t use one-word subject lines
Keep your emails short
Not attach files
Don’t use exclamation points in your subject line
Don’t embed forms in emails
Avoid all caps, exclamation points and using red fonts
Use a reliable ESP
Use links carefully