How we’re working with Gmail’s Feedback Loop to make email safer for everyone

Many ISPs, including web-based email providers, collaborate with email senders like Campaign Monitor to prevent spam and abuse, as well as ensure that legitimate email reliably makes it into the inbox. Last year, we joined Gmail’s Feedback Loop (FBL), to help improve email deliverability for our customers - here are a few details on how we’ve contributed so far and what we’ve learned about their anti-spam efforts.

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Campaign Monitor partners with Insight Venture Partners

Today I’m excited to announce that for the first time in our ten year history, Campaign Monitor has raised its first round of funding. We’ve just taken a $250 million investment from Insight Venture Partners, one of the most experienced tech investors in the world to help make the next ten years even more amazing than the last.

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OpenSSL (heartbleed) statement

Campaign Monitor servers have all been patched in response to the threat posed by the Heartbleed bug in the OpenSSL software suite.

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Yahoo! Mail bounces itself, or why using a webmail address is a bad idea

Yahoo has started bouncing email sent with one of their domains listed in the header, yet really originating from third-party server. So, we decided it was a good time to review why using a webmail service in your campaign and sender details is a deliverability no-no, as well as some tactics you should use to get into the inbox.

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Do fewer links mean more clicks?

Throughout our email design gallery, you’ll see lots of minimalist, web-like campaigns, with only a link or two throughout. However, does this aesthetic get the most clicks? Or in email, are more links, in fact, better?

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