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[Webinar] Deliverability Rates are Falling – Learn the Reasons Why and How to Prevent It

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Email marketing failures, such as landing in the spam folder, being blocked, or being delivered too late, can wreak havoc on any marketer’s well-thought-out campaign. And according to our 2016 Deliverability Benchmark Report, deliverability rates are in decline.

Join our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, August 10 at 11 AM MDT to learn how to deal with the most common issues preventing promotional emails from reaching the inbox.

In this webinar, Return Path’s Tom Sather, Sr. Director of Research, will review:

  • Findings from our latest 2016 Deliverability Benchmark Report
  • Top reasons for deliverability failures facing marketers and organizations today
  • The criteria mailbox providers use to determine whether to filter or block your email
  • What deliverability lessons we can learn from this year’s presidential candidates

Deliverability Rates are Falling – Learn the Reasons Why and How to Prevent It

Wednesday, August 10 at 11 AM MDT

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