Spamhaus began putting several major businesses, marketers, and ESPs on their IP blacklist. These senders were victims of list-bombing.
(GRP) aims to give EU citizens more control over their privacy
In recent weeks, it seems that both the European Parliament and the European Council are close to finally agreeing on a single data protection policy
Marketers frequently ask our analysts the same question:
Does third-party email certification actually work?
On June 15th, 2015, the ‘Clutter’ feature will be turned on for all Office 365 users.
Microsoft’s ‘Clutter’ feature for Office 365 users was officially announced in March 2014 as an aid that learns from each user’s email habits and activities.
deliverability issues at AOL
This past weekend (Saturday, March 21 – Sunday, March 22) a very large number of email marketers saw their emails deliver to the AOL "bulk" (or "spam") folder...
Shared vs. dedicated IP mailing structure.
There has been a lot of buzz recently debating the pros and cons of a shared vs. dedicated IP mailing structure
Facebook plans to have everything shutdown by early to mid-March this year.
Facebook has made the decision to close down its three-year-old email service – for good.
Gmail's new feature
After a series of several important changes last year, Gmail has added a prominent “unsubscribe” button on the right-hand side of the header field in promotional emails.
Key questions for marketers to consider
On Thursday Google announced an update to how email images will appear within Gmail.
Despite the backlash, Yahoo! moved ahead with their plans.
Earlier this year, on July 15th to be exact, Yahoo! began freeing up email accounts that had been “inactive” or “dormant” for 12+ months.