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How to Protect Your Sender Domain with DMARC: 3 Steps to DMARC Enforcement

Written by Julia G

There is no other channel with such a wide audience reach than email. That is why legal business owners are using email to reach out to their clients and subscribers, and that is why spammers like to use email for malicious purposes. Hacking and phishing attacks in the email are increasing year by year. The good thing is that there …

DMARC Adoption in 2021: What’s the Problem?

Written by Julia G

When it comes to cyber-attacks, 2020 has shown how unprepared organizations and businesses all over the world are. All types of companies were affected, regardless of the size and operating area, resulting in millions of dollars in financial losses. We have seen a large number of new phishing scams related to COVID-19. In April alone, Google blocked 18 million Coronavirus-related …

The Role of Email in eCommerce

Written by Julia G

eCommerce brands around the world are experiencing significant changes within their markets due to the effects of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Organic web traffic is on the decline and a number of brands are planning to cut down on their paid media budgets to focus on email as their primary form of communication. Email has often been underestimated in terms of …

DMARC Enforcement Stops Domain Spoofing

Written by Julia G

Your subscribers, customers or partners can fall victim to different kinds of email phishing attacks where the “From” address has your company’s domain. Not only are phishing attacks dangerous for email recipients, but they also harm the reputation of the company’s domain which was spoofed. Why do bad senders use domain spoofing?

How to Manage Reputation to Boost Email Deliverability Using Subdomains

Written by Julia G

As an email marketer, you can’t obsess too much over deliverability. You’ve already built a targeted email list and created helpful and topical content for your newsletter, but is this enough for a successful email campaign? What email deliverability result will you get? Here we’ll review fundamentals you should already know and look at some advanced tactics on how to …

How to Strengthen Your Brand with BIMI

Written by Julia G

This 2020, BIMI or Brand Indicators for Message Identification, is expected to be adopted and actively supported by more and more Email providers. Currently, only Yahoo and Gmail support BIMI. This new standard will provide email senders yet another way to stand out in their recipient’s inbox by allowing you to display your logo along with your email.

What is DMARC: Email Security with DMARC, SPF, and DKIM

Written by Julia G

How Much Security is Enough When It Comes to Cyber-Crime? According to the research by Verizon, email is the channel of distribution of 94% of all malware that gets on computers. Phishing takes the first place among cyber-attacks – 80% of all incidents, intending to install malware to the computer using social engineering tactics. The shocking average of $17,700 is …

BIMI: Email Marketing Built on Trust

Written by Julia G

Email marketers are always looking for tricks to have better deliverability and better visibility in the users’ inboxes to get more emails opened. While there is no ultimate solution, there is a new standard that can help you make your brand stand out in the inbox.

DMARC: How to Prevent Email Spoofing

Written by Julia G

Modern email authentication uses a combination of three methods: SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. These methods help ensure that a message came from a sender shown in the From header. By deploying DMARC, email senders can prevent spoofed spam and phishing emails from reaching their email subscribers and customers, protecting their brand and the subscribers’ personal data. This post explains the …

Email Authentication: the Ultimate Guide

Written by Julia G

Email authentication is becoming a big deal. Authentication allows the mailbox provider to confirm that the sender is the one who he pretends to be. If authentication fails, the emails are likely to be filtered as spam or rejected.