🎬 Deliverability Part 1: Inbox Setup

Deliverability is a key factor in the success of a cold outreach campaign. If emails never reach a prospects' inbox, the whole effort is wasted.

This series takes you through a practical breakdown of how to maximize your deliverability - both in setup and by leveraging advanced features in QuickMail.

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00:00 Intro

00:53 Section 1: Inbox settings

01:00 Breakdown of the topics that will be discussed in section 1

01:22 Why create a secondary domain for cold outreach

01:52 What does secondary domain mean

02:16 Why use paid email accounts

02:45 Why authenticate a domain

03:07 How to authenticate a domain using SPF and DKIM records

03:32 Which SPF and DKIM records to use

04:09 How to check if the SPF and DKIM records are correct using QuickMail's deliverability testing

05:11 Check for blacklists

05:21 What are blacklists

05:33 How to check for blacklists

05:53 How to understand blacklists

07:09 Why set up custom domain tracking

07:55 How to set up custom domain tracking

08:07 How to add CNAME records

08:50 How to set up custom domain tracking on the account level

09:22 How to set up custom domain tracking on the inbox level

10:04 How to warm up an inbox

10:29 How does QuickMail auto-warmer feature work

11:00 How to join the auto-warmer group

11:35 How many emails to send per day should you put

12:13 Why do we check the inbox if it can send and receive emails

*please note, to remain compliant with Google we have disabled our internal auto-warmer feature entirely. To replace it, we have built an integration with MailFlow.io

12:41 Auto-warmer report and what it means

12:57 How long does it take for an inbox to be warmed up

13:41 How to set the daily email limit

14:37 How many emails are okay

15:04 How to set up human-like sending