|Proprietary spam trap network|
|Feedback Loop monitoring|
|Real-time blacklist monitoring|
|Spam trap monitoring product with activity-based alerting|
|Spam trap monitoring on shared IPs|
|Email, SMS, Slack, and HipChat Alerts|
|Organize IPs/domains into profiles|
Tired of vague spam trap counts and lack of visibility? Us too. That's why we built our own trap network so we can offer a diverse set of data sources, collect and analyze millions of relevant messages per day, and deliver the value email marketers need to improve their program.
By collecting your feedback loop reports, we'll detect sudden increases in complaints that may cause deliverability issues, and help you suppress your most troublesome recipients.
Blacklistings can dramatically alter your ability to deliver mail to your customers. 250ok Blacklist was designed with speed and flexibility to notify you of issues before you send.
Integrate and automate your Microsoft SNDS & Signal Spam reporting to track spam traps and complaint rates at Outlook.com, Laposte, Sfr, and Orange.
When sending commercial email, it’s important to understand what’s likely to happen the next time you send to a recipient at a particular mailbox provider. Are your messages hitting SPAM at Yahoo! or going missing at Comcast? Are you sacrificing ROI because you lack the proper visibility into performance? Seedlist-based inbox monitoring is a key […]
Marketers are often confused about the point of IP and domain warming, and they end up wondering: “Everything is authenticated, and I’m not using a blacklisted IP, so what’s the problem?” In short: senders who blast to their entire list without history look like spammers. Internet service providers (ISPs) can choose what to accept or […]
We’re often asked about our stance on the use of email panel data. As senders, we want additional data points, visibility, and signals. In a perfect world, email panel data would enable marketers to compare their engagement to that of their competitors within a contextually relevant group of subscribers. Collected ethically and without bias, this […]