Email Deliverability Health & Hygiene [INFOGRAPHIC]

What is the worst possible thing that could happen to your email? It gets marked as spam. How do you know if you’re sending email that is likely to be marked as spam? That might be an unanswered question on your small business’ mind, so Infusionsoft has created an infographic to help you clean up your act and apply proper techniques to your email sending practices. Keeping your list updated and not letting contacts grow cold is very important in marketing to the right audience, as well as avoiding silent killers like spam traps and becoming black listed. Form healthy habits that can be followed each and every time you email market to your list of customers and prospects and grow your customer base.

Email Marketing Best Practices - Infographic

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About the Author

As the Managing Editor at Infusionsoft, Andrea Parker helps small businesses succeed by creating and executing on the editorial calendar, creating original content for and managing the Big Ideas Blog, as well as creating e-books for small business consumption. Andrea is an award-winning writer and former professional steeplechaser with a penchant for reading, tutoring and baked goods. You can follow Andrea on the Big Ideas Blog and on @Parkersplash on Twitter.

  • KirstinHarper

    Great infographic!

    • http://www.infusionsoft.com Andrea Parker

      Thanks! We’re super pumped about sharing some good tips with an awesome visual spin :-)

  • leb39

    That’s an interesting infographic. Who made it?

    • http://www.infusionsoft.com Andrea Parker

      This is an Infusionsoft original! We hope you like it :-)

  • LesProctor

    Awesomely creative! Great job!

    • http://www.infusionsoft.com Andrea Parker

      Thank you, Les! We had a fun time working on the project and are thrilled you enjoyed the outcome!

  • leb39

    Yes, it is too bad, however, that Andrea Parker did NOT design this graphic

    • http://www.infusionsoft.com Andrea Parker

      That is correct, leb39. I am the managing editor so when I create a post, as I did to host the infographic we had created, my profile goes at the bottom. At no point did I claim to have designed this infographic myself. I’m sorry you misunderstood.