One-to-one inbox delivery measuring on major ESPs
Inbox delivery rate accuracy that any marketer needs to have
Email marketing is crucial sales channel for every modern business. If you still tracking your emails with 2-3 of own seed mailboxes you can overlook serious delivery problems.
To prevent it InboxGear developed a new way of tracking inbox delivery with at least 25 dedicated mailboxes that does this work for you 24/7 and provide the unbelivable accuracy.
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Your subscribers differs, track them all
There are several subscriber types of subscribers who are on your list. Some of them are spectators, some open your emails and some confirm in your emails. With InboxGear you can see the delivery inbox difference between these groups and make adjustments to your email campaigns.
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How it works
1. Provide your URL with a subscription form
Some publishers prefer not to use double opt-in for their newsletters. InboxGear can handle single opt-in and double opt-in subscription forms. We will subscribe your InboxGear mailboxes using a URL you provide us.
2. Wait 24 hours for your monitors
To emulate real users behavior we throttle a subscription process. Once you give us your URL with a subscription form we start to sign up your InboxGear mailboxes at a low speed and confirm a subscription for double opt-in robots.
3. Done. Get inbox delivery report everyday
Once monitors are up you will get access to your reports and we will notify about big changes in your delivery rate by email.
Discover how different groups of users receive your emails. Get your monitors up in 24 hours. No manual setup required.
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