InboxMonster has announced an expansion of its Signals Network, which provides email marketers with additional data and intelligence to improve the performance of their email campaigns. The expanded network now covers a wider range of email data, including subscriber engagement, email client data, and spam trap information. This will give email marketers more information about their subscribers, allowing them to understand better how their campaigns perform and identify improvement areas. The expanded Signals Network aims to help email marketers achieve higher deliverability rates, better open and click-through rates, and, ultimately, better engagement with their subscribers.
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Last month, we completed a spam trap expansion that significantly increased our visibility into traps of various forms worldwide, making Inbox Monster the largest spam trap network. We’re here to empower marketers with more inbox signals so they can make smarter decisions, and this is a major milestone with millions (we’re talking 100s of millions!) of traps now in the network. Now that we’re seeing more spam trap data than ever before, some senders have experienced an increase in reported spam traps–and that can be a good thing. The more traps that we can see, the better equipped our senders
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