Why are my emails being recognized as spam?
WiseStamp's quality control requirements include strict protocols to avoid triggering spam filters. For example, all our images are stored on Amazon servers, and our email apps have no Call-to-Action coding. In short, nothing in the WiseStamp program can cause your emails to go to spam.
If your emails are being filtered as spam, here are a few things you should check.
- Make sure there are no suspicious words or phrases in your subject line, email text or WiseStamp signature.
- Avoid using Call-to-Action phrasing or buttons (for example, Sign Up, Buy Now, etc.).
- Avoid using images (or other files) from different server locations.
- Don't use too many images in your signature.
- Always test the links in your signature and your email text to verify that the target page is accessible.
- Make sure the text in your link matches the URL of the target page. For example, if the link text is www.wisestamp.com but the URL actually leads to www.othercompany.com, spam filters could be triggered.
- Always use the full https:// or http:// introduction in the URL. Here is an example of how your links should look:
If you're still not sure why your emails are being filtered as spam, please forward the actual email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to take a look for you.