Double Opt-In Best Practices

Double opt-in (DOI) permission practices are often seen as unnecessary and harmful to list growth. However, when used correctly, they can improve your email program’s results by protecting your sender reputation, which keeps you from having deliverability problems.

In this post, we answer key questions about double opt-in, including:

  • How does a DOI process work?
  • What are the advantages of DOI?
  • What are the disadvantages of DOI?
  • Where should I use a DOI process?
  • How can I maximize DOI confirmations?

We also share how we used double opt-in best practices with the Oracle CX Marketing Consulting newsletter, which enjoys a 96% opt-in confirmation rate. As we discuss the best practices, we share screenshots of our subscription confirmation page, opt-in confirmation request email, and opt-in confirmation page so you can see exactly how we put them into action.

Of course, you’re also welcome to experience them yourself by signing up for our twice-monthly newsletter, which is full of advice and insights from our more than 500 digital marketing consultants.

>> Read the entire post on Oracle’s Modern Marketing Blog

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