Watch your language in your emails!
Want to make sure your email isn’t trapped by someone’s spam filter? Then, here are some words to avoid in the subject line, the body of your email, alt tags, and in the file names of your graphics:
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Using quotation marks, dollar signs and exclamation points in subject lines will frequently trigger mail filters, as well as using all capital letters (shouting). You should also never put a toll-free number in the subject line, since that will also cause your email to be filtered out by many Spam filters.Author: Kirsti Scott