How can I cut back on spam complaints?
The following tips will help keep your complaints to a minimum : Make sure that you have explicit permission to send email to your contacts. Make sure your sign-up form comes with an explicit permission statement. This statement should indicate the type of content in your emails as well as your sending frequency (for example, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly). Make complete use of your welcome email so users know that
What Is a Feedback Loop?
When ISPs (aol, hotmail, yahoo, etc.) provide email service providers (like Benchmark) tracking information regarding specific user spam complaints, this is known as a feedback loop. Since Benchmark is technically the sender, we receive the complaint and note it as such in your account. We automatically remove the complaining subscriber from your email list to avoid further complications. Feedback loops are necessary communications between email senders and various ISPs.
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What should you do if you get an Abuse Alert from Benchmark Email?
If you've received an abuse complaint in one of your email campaigns, it is a cause for concern but it can be a very very minor issue. Abuse complaints are only worrysome if you continually receive them over time, or if you receive a large number at one time. Here at Benchmark Email, we allow our users to have a rate of 1 abuse complaint, per 2000 emails sent. As