E-mail is probably close to developing alphabets as an invention. We can IM and tweet our heart, but it is wrong to say that to some extent, the humble email was sent to these shortcuts. It revolutionized communication, even though the death knell for the art of letter writing may have been sounding. But this is technology.
Emails are dangerous, but they are several simple technologies that we accept when we click compose and send. A powerful engine called an e-mail server pulls the e-mails over the internet behind every e-mail. Many people are using them, but how is an e-mail server working?
To drive a car, we do not need to tell a carburised from a tailpipe, but this little knowledge helps when it collapses. An email will not crash, but it helps to have a full picture of how Jim’s mail reaches Jane in a blink of an eye halfway through the globe.
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Email Servers for Marketing
There are a lot more ESPs than I could imagine. (Email Service Providers). I thought the Campaign Monitor and MailChimp were your options. Much more, Nope. Here are just a few of the best-known suppliers: Campaign Monitor Mailchimp Sendicate.
Email Servers for Developers
Mailgun is for developers, for instance. Usually, our customers send transactional emails (receipts, alerts, welcome, reset passwords, etc.) via our API or SMTP, even if they can address any email. The product consists mainly of an API that focuses on delivery and automation through WYSIWYG tools.
One alternative to a service is to use something like Postfix to roll your email server. The downside here is that you need to track, unsubscribe and deliver your emails to inboxes.
Email, Best practices
Don’t buy email lists. Don’t purchase mail lists. There might be a few legit services, but you should stay away from buying files.
My experience is that anyone buys an e-mail list, has many bounces, has a poor reputation for their IP and ISPs block their emails or spam.
Opt-in twice. I did not like it as a user myself. The process needs to be verified by your email. However, it makes sense and prevents people from abusing their e-mail by signing up for lists without their permission. It also helps to maintain clean records.