Do any of you recommend any specific blacklist monitoring services? I dont know why it took me 9 years to google the phrase but its something I should have done a decade ago.
For anyone who has owned or run a web site that has been successful for any length of time, you know what "joe jobs" are. You also know how well-meaning web site members can accidentally mark your emails as SPAM with one of thousands of ISP mail systems... when its really just a confirmation email about their order.
Getting put on blacklists with Spamcop and SORBS and even all the hundreds of lesser organizations can render us unable to communicate with our members. We've even had spam bots use our contact forms on our site to spam people.
I would like to use a blacklist monitoring service but I see many, and dont see any reviews on which ones suck, and which ones don't.
Do you guys have any recommendations? I would post some links of ones I am specifically curious about but I dont want to spam for them! (hah!)
Msg#: 3902727 posted 12:08 am on May 17, 2009 (gmt 0)
..... which you cant try for free unless you enter all your credit card info on their billing screen first. I was mostly asking for reviews on the *quality* of the monitoring services out there. Im sure they're all different. Guess nobody is using this feature.
Msg#: 3902727 posted 5:39 am on May 17, 2009 (gmt 0)
If concerned about YOUR emails to clients/users then follow best practice and not get nailed as a spammer. 12 years running several email lists with memberships of 135 (low side) to 2200 (high side) and have few and infrequent "blacklist" problems... in fact, five incidents over that time period.
Ignore best practice and the blacklist might happen. At which point you have to deal with each one individually.