Email marketing adapts to marketing trends, brings results, and gives profits. But it also has some cons, such as SPAM filters that put your emails in Pandora’s box, and users don’t even know about their existence. Today we discuss the words email providers find in your letters and redirect them to the SPAM folder.
At Sendios, we work with international clients and create email campaigns for users all around the globe. We create, test, and improve marketing practices providing companies with results. Spam filters are a challenge impossible to avoid. That’s why we have created a list of 99 SPAM words to help you send effective emails.
Do you use any of these 99 words that scream “SPAM”?