|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.
We are a proud supporter of the Email Experience Council (eec), and this year, we’ll be a sponsor of their Email Evolution Conference (presented with the ANA) in Savannah, Georgia on April 24-26. We’ll be at Booth #22, so you won’t have to get crafty for a 250ok sighting. In fact, we’re scheduling meetings in […]
Take flight with us as we travel to another Digital Summit, this time in Los Angeles. We’ll be in the City of Angels for two days, from April 10-11, to listen to incredible speakers, network with like-minded professionals, and hopefully meet you fine folk! We’ve also got our Director of Marketing Sam Douglass III presenting […]
Recently at 250ok we’ve had a few conversations with new clients and partners about some of the seeding advice they received from other deliverability solution providers monitoring inbox placement rates (IPR) for their brands. When we talk about seeding, we’re talking about a variety of possibilities; brands sending multiple versions of their newsletters, utilizing a […]