Tips and explanations about how to keep track of your outgoing emails (click rates, open rates, bounces etc.) and maximize your deliverability.
What happens when you send an email, and how to make it sure that it’s correctly delivered (troubleshooting the annoying “Mail Delivery service” issues).
The capacity of your emails to get to the intended recipients, and some basic tips about how to improve it.
How to keep track of any email you sent, in real time: getting valuable data about all your users’ interactions with your message.
turboSMTP’s dashboard allows you to check accurately and in real-time if and when the users clicked on a link put in your email.
For an email marketer (but not only) is essential to know whether his emails have been correctly delevered to the recipients. Here’s how to.
If your SMTP server is too loaded, your outgoing emails can be queued – that is, their delivery is temporarily delayed.
Why sometimes your emails are not delivered (because of bounces, malware attacks or SMTP issues), and how to fix that.
The difference between a hard bounce and a soft bounce and how to keep track of all your bounced messages.
How to deal with this typical error message and make your emails correctly delivered.
How to verify that your IP is really reliable and won’t affect your deliverability
More information about your outgoing mail server.
A professional email delivery service is essential when it comes to bulk, marketing and transactional emails.
The kind of outgoing mail server you need for your email marketing, plus some tips about it.