In today’s world face to face interactions and transactions are not as prevalent as they once were. Many conversations, exchanges of information, and goods or services are happening in a virtual environment. From Zoom meetings to emails, we are both more connected and further apart than ever before.
When communicating with a client or a prospective client, it is essential to make sure your information is received. Today, spam filters and firewalls sometimes make it more difficult to reach our clients and prospects. It is vital to make sure that the emails you send have meaningful, impactful, and subject lines that grab your attention but don’t trigger spam filters.
All of this is especially important when sending documents via PandaDoc. When sending emails, it is important to follow some simple rules to ensure that your email doesn’t get marked as spammed. The below list of tips/rules can help you, especially with the subject line
Don't use all caps anywhere in your email or its subject line.
Don't use exclamation points!!!!!
Don't use a red font when drafting your emails.
Don't use spam trigger words. - Our Integration partner Hubspot has put together a great list of all the SPAM trigger words, you can read that Here.
Additional Panda Help on Document Deliverability
- White-label your PandaDoc delivery emails
- Why documents don't get delivered
- My CC'd recipient doesn't get the PandaDoc email
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