How to prevent Builder Prime emails from going to spam
Builder Prime email services have excellent deliverability scores, but that doesn't always prevent your messages you send in Builder Prime from going to the recipient's spam folder. Here are some tips for how to prevent emails sent in Builder Prime from going to spam.
1. Sign up for an email service from Google Workspace, Microsoft 365, or some other paid email service that uses your own company domain. When you send emails from Builder Prime, it will use a From address email@example.com, except with your actual company name rather than 'mycompany'. The email will use a Reply-To address of your own email address that you use to sign in to Builder Prime. This way when a recipient clicks reply, it will go directly to your email address rather than to firstname.lastname@example.org. Email services may be more likely to flag these types of emails when the Reply-To is a free email service like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.
2. Emails you send through Builder Prime will include your logo at the top by default. When email service providers see a high ration of images to text, they are more likely to flag it as spam, so you might want to try toggling off the header image from your emails if you notice this to be a problem.
3. In addition to the logo at the top of the emails, Builder Prime also formats your emails nicely using HTML to give them a nice professional look and to make the more readable on any size device. The downside of this is that some email service providers may be more likely to flag an email as spam if it uses HTML rather than plain text. The good news is that you can change your emails and email templates to use plain text instead in most cases. This can also improve the deliverability of your emails.
4. At the end of the day, email service providers are going to be more likely to flag an email as spam if it looks like an advertisement of some sort. The more you make the email look like it is something you hand-typed to your mom or to your friend, the better off you will be for landing in the recipient's inbox. Don't use too many images or links. Use lots of text, if appropriate. And stay away from sales and marketing terminology as much as possible.