Getting started with Email Warm up

Email warm-up is a widely spread and known phenomenon used in the world of emails which helps you to increase the domain reputation, sending limit & deliverability in general.  Saleshandy Warms Up sets your Email Inbox interactions on auto-pilot mode, and that too in a very humanistic way.

What's the secret?

It looks like magic when you notice the gradual upward trend in open rates after turning ON the Email Warm Up. Saleshandy system will do the following to warm up your Email account and Domain. 

Saleshandy Email Warm Up automatically,

  1. Sends human-like emails to the peers who also turn ON the email Warm Up. 
  2. Detects where that email lands and based on that, it moves it to the Primary folder and marks it as starred email.
  3. Replies automatically to the Warm Up emails.

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Steps to be followed to enable Email Warm Up:

  1. Connect your email account from which you are sending cold emails.
  2. Turn on the toggle for that particular account in the Warm Up tab.
  3. Monitor deliverability with detailed analytics.
  4. Customize your Warm Up settings and ramp up your sending limit from a lower limit to a higher limit. 

You don't need to worry about:

  1. Your general Email Daily sending limit in the settings tab is for running sequence and sending actual emails.
  2. Warm Up Email sending patterns. It is completely automated and can be customized. It has been cultivated as if it is humanistic randomness.
  3. High Bounce Rate. If the system detects multiple bounces for any Email account, Warm Up automatically turns off, preventing the backfire.
  4. The legitimacy of the email content. Saleshandy never sends spammy, fishy, or inappropriate emails. 

Email Warm Up is an imperative part of email deliverability, and Saleshandy now takes full responsibility for your domain reputation and getting your emails to the primary folder. 

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