We're a start-up based in California and have been sending out emails in blasts using Yet Another Mail Merge and MixMax. From what I can tell using the spam checking sites, we're in good shape, but our open and response rates have dramatically declined using the same templates for different contacts (which leads me to assume we're going to spam more).
Further - our clients are telling us that they missed some emails because our emails went to spam.
Yes, there are quality services that can help fix your spam issues. However, before you can hire a spam removal service, you first need to identify the source of your spam. There are a number of ways to do this, including using anti-spam software or tools, checking for unusual email addresses or domains in your email traffic, and looking for known spammer tactics such as automated SpamAssassin rules violations. Once you have identified the source of your spam, you can then contact a spam removal service to take care of it.
Yes, there are quality services that can help you fix your spam issues. However, before you choose a service, it is important to understand the different types of spam and how they are created. Once you have a better understanding of the different types of spam and how they are created, you can make an informed decision about which service is best for your needs.
There are two main types of spam - automated and unsolicited email. Automated spam is spam that is sent automatically by a computer without human input. Unsolicited email (UEM) is spam that is sent without the person sending it having asked for the recipient's email address.
There are several ways to deal with automated and unsolicited email - some services will simply remove the email from your server, while others will send an automated message to the sender informing them that their email has been blocked for violating our terms of service.
Here's an actual answer lol. Unfortunately you will probably have to purchase a tool like sendgrid, postmark, mailchimp etc. They keep their reputation high enough to help their clients' deliverability. It sounds like, though, you aren't certain deliverability is an issue, so it may also be a genuine drop in response. Has the email list changed? Has your frequency changed? These are all things to consider. Happy to do a call and try to help.