How To Check If Your Newsletter Is Going Through Your Customers’ Inbox

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Do you want to determine potential deliverability problems that you should address to get emails delivered to your target audience’s inbox?

how-to-check-if-your-newsletter-is-going-through-your-customers-inboxIf you send regular emails as part of a newsletter or promotion, you may have seen a reduction in your open rates lately. Maybe your emails get stuck in the promotions tab or the spam folder.

G-Lock Apps offers a cool solution. Simply add a simple piece of code to the end of your email and G-Lock sends your email through a filtering system to tell you whether it will go to the Gmail Promotions tab, the spam folder, or the inbox.

How It Works

Being blocked by at least just one major ISP can impact the entire email marketing campaign.

By tracking delivery to all major ISPs, it shows in real-time where your marketing email ends up: Inbox, Spam, or Updates. And it saves you time and money by helping you track and fix possible deliverability issues.

You can compare several tests sent through different email providers to see which email provider gives the best deliverability and use that provider for your most important email campaigns.

It also tests your sending IP against 50+ of the most common industry blacklists and help you diagnose and solve deliverability issues for continuous deliverability. Its global blacklist coverage includes Spamhaus, SURBL, SORBS, and other blacklists.

You can setup an automated process of checking your IPs against blacklists and be alerted via email when the IP got listed.

G-Lock Apps also gives you seven or eight dedicated emails you can use to perform all sorts of tests on the platforms you care about most. You can create a segment in your list, send your message to that little segment, and watch the results come in. Then it shows you what’s wrong with your email so you can fix it.


They have $39, $99 and $199 per month subscription service. They don’t have a free trial at the moment. You must either buy test credits or subscribe to a monthly/yearly plan to do Inbox delivery tests. If spending $39/month gets your emails into your subscribers’ inboxes so they get opened and acted upon, the ROI could be monstrous.

That’s it. Sounds cool, right? Please let me know what you think with this app.

Gary Capps
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