#EmailMarketing Best Practices: Sidestepping the Elusive #SpamTrap – via @HealthLink_DIM

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#EmailMarketing Best Practices: Sidestepping the Elusive #SpamTrap – via @HealthLink_DIM

The dreaded spam trap. It can really put a damper on your email marketing strategy and cause some serious damage to your overall email campaign performance. We know that they aren’t good and we want to avoid them, but how?In this guide we answer the following questions:What exactly is a spam trap?Where do they come from?What happens if I hit a spam trap?How can I avoid spam traps?

Source: Email Marketing Best Practices: Sidestepping the Elusive Spam Trap – HealthLink Dimensions

By | 2016-06-20T14:20:13+00:00 June 20th, 2016|Healthcare Marketing, Healthcare Marketing Strategy|Comments Off on #EmailMarketing Best Practices: Sidestepping the Elusive #SpamTrap – via @HealthLink_DIM

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