Dedicated IP for Unlimited Sending Users
When you sign up to one of our Unlimited Sending plans, you assume responsibility to use good sending practices. Not using good sending practices affects both you and us the main sender. If your sending starts damaging our sending reputation our Deliverability team is sure to contact you via email or by phone. Now, If we they not able to reach you on the third try, which is usually by
Contact Lists October 9, 2020
What is a Dedicated IP?
A dedicated IP is a unique address that identifies the location of the IP on the web or a local network. Benchmark provides dedicated IP’s ($28.95 month) and we assign them exclusively to a single sender or company for email sending. The owner of the IP address has full control of its sending and can manage the reputation of their IP address, preventing the sender from being affected by the
Delivery October 28, 2020
Why Do I Have to Split My List? And What Does It Mean to Warm Up My IPs or Throttle My Emails?
When you first upgrade your account to a High Volume Sending Plan, there will be new dedicated IP(s) assigned to your account. Dedicated IP’s are designated to you to ensure that your email deliverability is independent of any other Benchmark account. To learn more about Dedicated and Shared IP’s Click Here. Anytime you start sending from a new IP address, precautions should be made such as warming up the IP.
Delivery October 29, 2020
How to Warm Up Your Dedicated IP
IP warming is a practice, you gradually increase over time, the number of emails you send out via your IP address. Email Blasting out of a “cold” IP address damages deliverability and might catch the ISP radar’s attention. When switching to a new IP address, it’s critical to start slowly with a low send volume, in order to establish a good sender reputation with the new IP address. This gradual