2 Hello. We originally created MailChimp to help creative agencies (web developers, freelancers, advertising agencies, and more) send beautiful HTML campaigns on behalf of their clients. Now we have 2.5 million MailChimp users with billions of subscribers. So we ve helped a whole lot of agencies help their clients with newsletters. Unfortunately, this also means we ve had to shut down a lot of agencies for their clients bad -marketing practices: sloppy list management, poorly designed s, purchased and old lists. These bad practices get the client and the agency reported for spamming, and often blacklisted. In some cases, we ve seen people s mistakes tarnish their reputation and follow them, even when they move from server to server or switch -marketing services. In this guide, you ll learn about: What spam is Spam complaints and feedback loops Causes of abuse complaints Problem industries How to spot a dirty list How to check your client s reputation Confronting clients Luckily, most -marketing nightmares like this are preventable. You just need to recognize the warning signs and learn how to deal with them. Now, Let s get started.
3 What, Exactly, is Spam? Seems like a silly question, right? We all receive spam, and we all know what it is. But do you know the technical definition? Learn it, so that when challenged by a stubborn client, you can easily explain to them why, exactly, they re spamming. is spam if it s: 1. Unsolicited (the recipient didn t opt in for it) and 2. Sent in bulk (it s part of a larger collection of messages that all have substantively identical content) Some clients will argue, I send unsolicited s to prospects all the time from my computer. You can tell them that s not spam, because it wasn t sent in bulk to 500 other prospects. Some clients will say, But I get spam all the time how come I can t send it too? Sounds kind of absurd, maybe, but most newbie marketers actually think spammers are doing something that technically makes it legal and okay to send spam. Like there s some kind of spam license you can apply for. Just explain to your clients that most spam is actually sent illegally, via virus infected, hijacked computers called botnets, and they ll shut up as soon as you say the word botnets.
4 Spam Complaints and Feedback Loops Whenever a client sends a bad campaign, the recipients will report is as spam. Most people think nothing of it they figure it just teaches their spam filter to throw away the . But here s what really happens behind the scenes: 1. A complaint is sent to their ISP (like AOL, Yahoo, Comcast, etc.). The report has a copy of the in it. 2. The ISP scans the s header and tracks down the originating server. 3. The ISP sends us a feedback loop (FBL) warning. 4. If an campaign causes too many spam complaints (about one per thousand recipients), the ISP blocks future s from the sending server. Feedback loops (FBL) like the one described above are being used more and more by large ISPs. The reason is simple: ISPs are dealing with billions of pieces of spam a day. They can t sort through what s legit and what isn t technology can only handle so much. So they put the ultimate decision in the hands of the recipients. If a recipient says it s spam (even if they opted in for it), then it s spam. End of story. Of course people make mistakes, which is why they set thresholds for complaint levels before blocking senders. But the point is that the technical and legal definitions of spam don t matter so much anymore. All that matters is what recipients consider unwanted. So your clients better be sending stuff that people specifically requested.
5 This is why -marketing services like MailChimp are set up to receive FBL alerts from ISPs. Then we automatically clean complainers from your list. Too many complaints from one campaign, and we can get blocked. And since you re sharing our system with tens of thousands of other users from around the world, we have to be extremely rigorous about monitoring these FBL complaints. You know how they say you re more likely to die in a car accident than a plane crash? Same concept with abuse complaints. You may think your client is safe and sound as long as they re not sending nasty pharmaceutical or online gambling spam. But it s far more likely you ll get blocked by ISPs because of complaints from your own subscribers about seemingly innocent newsletters. So it s important to know why people complain and how to prevent it.
6 Causes of Abuse Complaints Here are the most common causes for an agency s client receiving too many spam complaints: Old lists (surprise factor) If your client has been collecting addresses on their website for years and this is their first campaign to the list, some people won t remember the client ( Who the heck are you, and how d you get my address?!? ) These people will report you for spamming. You want to avoid the surprise factor as much as humanly possible with marketing. Spam traps Some ISPs take old addresses that they assume aren t being used anymore, and they post them to public websites. Then they wait for spambots to scrape them, and spam them. As soon as they get spam to one of these spam trap addresses, they block the spammer. This is why you never send to a list more than a year or two old. It s also why you should never buy an list, and why you should never scrape s off of websites. The spam-trap effect is devastating and fast.
7 Tradeshow lists When people attend a tradeshow, they usually buy their tickets online and submit their address. The host then gives their address to the companies that are exhibiting at the show. Companies can theoretically use this list to find prospects who plan to attend the show, and reach out to them. That s fine, as long as the communication is one-to-one. But if they send an campaign to the entire list, it s spam, and they ll get reported for it. Outlook address book dumps This one s common with small businesses that don t have big customer databases. They just manage everything in their Microsoft Outlook address book. The problem is that their address book won t let them export a list of only my customers or only people who opted in for marketing. It exports everybody, including grandma, that dude I met at a tradeshow five years ago, my ISP tech support that I ed two years ago, and my exwife. These people will report you for spam. It s not limited to small businesses, either. You may tell your client that you re prepping the big campaign and need their customer list. Your client will then ask the company sales team to hand over their customer lists ASAP. Guess what the sales team is going to do dump their entire address book and send it along. They probably won t take the time to sort opt-ins vs. non-opt-ins.
8 Salesforce dumps This is similar to the address book dump but at least you have some sort of classification (theoretically) of s lists. Be on the lookout for clients who dump all their different lists into one big one. Ask them if they combined their prospects, leads, qualified leads, customer, and subscriber lists and then tell them how dangerous that is. Purchased lists It s a no-brainer that purchasing 30 million s from some seedy offshore company is a bad idea. The thing is, most clients buy lists from local networking organizations, or tradeshows, or publications they advertise in. They sound innocent and totally legit. And sometimes, the intent of the list seller is to let you send one-to-one communications (not spam). But in reality, most people buy those lists to send unsolicited, bulk . So ask your client if the list was purchased. If they say yes, then whoever sold them the list needs to send the bulk s. Or the client needs to send totally different s, one at a time. Unacceptable responses to this question include But this list is all legit and But this list is all opt-in and But this list was expensive and But this list came from a reputable industry source that everyone knows. Organization lists Your client may be a member of a realtor organization or a local business group. Organizations will often give you their membership directory when you join. This is for one-to-one networking, not mass subscribing them to marketing.
9 Chambers of Commerce lists When you see a small or new company that has an inexplicably large list, it s probably from their local chamber. Again, these lists are for one- toone networking with other business owners not mass marketing. Lists from previous ESPs If you re helping a client switch from another ESP to MailChimp, make sure they re exporting the latest clean version of their subscriber list. Some clients will mistakenly export their entire list (even those who previously unsubscribed, or bounced). In those cases, you ll need to download the full list, plus the unsub list and the bounce list, then manually clean them before importing into MailChimp.
10 Problem Industries Now that you have a good understanding of what spam is, what happens when it gets reported, and how people report it, let s look for the warning signs that your client is spamming. Over the years, we ve identified a few industries that tend to generate more spam complaints and deliverability issues than others. We ve got nothing against the people in these industries, but if you re working with one of these types of clients, be on the lookout for warning signs: Real estate We see lots of real-estate agents and development companies try to use lists that they get from their local Chamber of Commerce, or from local realestate organizations. These lists are indeed often meant for networking (oneto-one), but not for contacting in mass. Another common reason realtors get into trouble is through their website contact forms. For example, sometimes they ll have a contact form, where a prospective home buyer wants to ask a question about a home listing on the agent s website. After submitting one question to the form, the person gets subscribed to an -marketing list. The agent assumes they have permission to send regular s from one little question. Since people are only in the market to buy a home for a limited time, you can understand why they get mad when they keep receiving s from an agent months after they bought their home.
11 Photography We love photographers, but they have a resource called Adbase that they can use to contact creative directors around the world and send them their work. This system used to wreak all kinds of havoc on MailChimp. Those creative directors signed up to Adbase not those photographers lists. Lately we ve seen fewer problems, and we think it s because Adbase introduced their own er service. If you re going to buy or rent an list, whomever you sold you the list should do the ing. Video games Most video-game producers make the same two mistakes: They assume players who opt in for news about one game will be interested in news about a different new game (but they don t even mention that old game they originally signed up for). The second mistake is that they often rebrand their companies, then send a newsletter to their list with the new branding, without ever mentioning the old company that the recipient would actually recognize.
12 Universities and academic groups Remember when you took the SAT or ACT test in high school? There s a checkbox that says Do you want to hear from colleges that might have scholarships for you? Of course you checked the Yes box, and of course you gave them your contact info. Universities and academic organizations often buy those lists of students and use them for years. If you re working with a university, ask if they re sending s to registered students, teachers, etc., or if they ve purchased a list. If you re working with an alumni association, find out how old the list is. Politics The thing about politicians is that they like to trade lists with each other. Big politician A will endorse little politician B and give B his entire list. B sends a vote for me, because A likes me too! , and the people on the A list ending up hating both of them.
13 How to Spot a Dirty List Sometimes it s hard to tell whether or not your client is misbehaving. Here are some red flags to watch for when your client gives you their list: They just handed over their list. If they weren t protective of their list, or if they didn t at least ask you some questions about privacy, it s safe to assume they re also nonchalant about etiquette. Unreasonably large list If you re dealing with a brand new or tiny one-man business but they give you a list of 50,000 subscribers, something obviously ain t right. It s a sure sign they bought their list. Eyeball their list. If you see lots of and and then they likely hired an intern to scrape addresses off of websites.
14 ALL CAPS If the entries on their list are in ALL CAPS, that s a sign that something s off. We ve seen ALL CAPS come from data entry and OCR systems, and really old legacy databases. You ve got to wonder how old this list is, because seriously nobody stores data in ALL CAPS anymore. Overuse of the word blast If the client uses the word blast all the time when referring to their marketing (as in fax blast and blast to smithereens ), it s a sign they re just not very experienced with marketing. marketing is not just a one way push medium like direct mail or TV. subscribers talk back. They also complain back. A lot. Talk about cleaning their list In the direct-marketing world (snail mail), it s normal to take a giant old list of customer addresses and hire a company to clean it of bad addresses before spending money on postage. But if your client talks about his first campaign in terms of cleaning, you have a problem. First of all, it tells you he s thinking of as a cheap form of direct mail. Secondly, it tells you he s got an old list. Perhaps he s been sending from their in-house server, and they haven t been cleaning lists. Or it could mean they ve already been using another service, which has been dutifully cleaning bouncebacks and unsubs from their list, but now they see this switch to a new ESP as an opportunity to hit the reset button.
15 Check Your Client s Reputation If your client has been sending marketing for a while, then they probably have -marketing reports for past campaigns. Ask them if you can look through some of their old reports (similar to when you redesign their website and need to see their traffic logs). If you can get hold of their campaign stats, look for: 1. Consistent and unusually high bounce rates (particularly hard bounces and undeliverable s) 2. Unusually high unsubscribe rate 3. Unusually low open and click rates 4. Excessive feedback loop complaints (if your client s ESP tracked them) Domain Reputation Spam filters don t just track spammy keywords like viagra inside of s. They track company domain names, too. And if spam filters start noticing lots of people reporting lots of unwanted s that all contain the same domain name, they classify that domain as a spamvertizer (a company who seems to advertise with spam). So if your client gets reported for spamming, it doesn t matter if they switch their servers around, or move to another -marketing service (like MailChimp). Their domain names will always be blacklisted.
16 Some tools to check your client s domain reputation: trustedsource.org senderbase.org
17 Maybe it s You It s not always the client s fault we ve seen quite a few cases where the client had perfectly fine list-management practices, but the agency goofed and got them blacklisted. Here are some common mistakes agencies make with their client s marketing: Rushing the job An -marketing campaign isn t just about designing an , slicing it into HTML, and clicking Send. You ve got lists to prep, then import. You ve got signup forms, unsubscribe forms, thank-you pages, confirmation s, tracking options, and accounts to set up. Plan well ahead of time, and don t think of an -marketing campaign as an afterthought ( Your new website is live! Oh, wait we should probably your customers something really quick! ). Image-only campaigns These are usually a result of rushing the job. If you send an HTML that s nothing but a giant image, most spam filters will think it s image spam and block you. If you re lucky enough to get past spam filters, then your recipients will see a broken image (since images are turned off by default in most programs). When a recipient can t see any message, guess what button they click.
19 Confronting Clients What happens when you find out your client wants to spam? How do you confront them without losing the project? Every client is different, so we ll leave that up to you. But here are some tactics we ve used over the years when talking with MailChimp customers: Mention the FTC s CAN-SPAM laws. Explain how the FTC fined big companies (like Kodak), and they ll usually back down from risky behavior. Some people respond quickly to the threat of a lawsuit. Don t blame the client. If you know they purchased a list, blame the people who sold them the list: Those guys should have known better than to sell you an list that breaks the law... Then find out if the list seller also has a delivery service (an coming from them to their list will generate fewer complaints than from your client).
20 Explain the concept of feedback loops. Remind your client that they can be blacklisted just for getting a few spam complaints from their own customers. And that that can tarnish their reputation and haunt them even if they change servers (like having a bad credit history follow you). Remind them that you don t make these rules. The big ISPs like AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, and Gmail all have terms of service that ban unsolicited mass . Most agencies have a hard time challenging a client about their bad marketing practices nobody wants to accuse a paying customer of doing something evil. But getting hit with deliverability problems or blacklisting can be extremely frustrating and embarrassing for you and your client. Blacklisting can sometimes take months to get resolved and clear your name. If the thought of begging ISPs and anti-spam organizations for forgiveness doesn t make you cringe, consider this: A few minutes of prevention is worth weeks of non-billable hours. Thanks for taking the time to learn more about making sure your clients are staying out of trouble. If you have questions along the way, feel free to contact our support team at mailchimp.com/support.
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