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Spam Resource: B2B deliverability is different (and trickier)
Al Iverson just shared a new brilliant write-up on Spam Resource:
B2B email deliverability is different than B2C. It’s more of a wild west, providers are more numerous; while Microsoft and Google do host mail for bajillions of B2B domains, overall there are so many more B2B mailbox providers, all hosting smaller pieces of the corporate email pie; with nowhere near the same level of consolidation seen in the B2C/DTC email realm.More than that, there are two things unique to the B2B marketing space:Cold leads / unsolicited marketing mail, aka spam, is much more prevalent in the B2B realm. I get B2B spam, you get B2B spam, we probably all get B2B spam, and that can make people assume that it’s an accepted practice – though it’s really not – and that it works well – even though it I’m not sure it does. (And if you want to argue otherwise, let me remind you that there are too many apples.)Email
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