“Noreply” emails might not be the best option for building strong relationships with your subscribers, according to a recent blog post from SendGrid. The post warns against using an email address with the domain “noreply” in it, as it can give off the impression that you don’t value your subscribers’ feedback or responses. Instead, the post suggests using a personalized email address, such as “email@example.com,” to encourage two-way communication and foster a relationship of trust and engagement with your subscribers. So, if you want to boost engagement and strengthen your relationships with your subscribers, it might be time to ditch the “noreply” and embrace the “hello.”
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Do not reply emails can make users frustrated and confused. Learn what a no-reply email is & best practices to improve email deliverability. The post What Is a No-Reply Email (And Why You Should Never Use Them) appeared first on SendGrid.
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