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  • Best Practices

Google Postmaster Tools: Understanding Sender Reputation

Tracking your sender reputation can feel a lot like tracking Bigfoot. You do your best to key into the clues left out in front of you by the mysterious inbox service providers (ISPs) about your track record, but their true opinions on your sender reputation remain elusive. Thankfully, Google Postmaster Tools can give you some insight.

Cameron Henry
6 min read
  • Email DIY

Build Laravel 5.7 Email Authentication With Mailgun And Digital Ocean

The newly released Laravel version 5.7 adds a new capability to verify user’s emails. If you’ve ever run php artisan make:auth within a Laravel app you’ll know the feeling of pleasure and excitement when you see all of your register and login pages,

Mailgun Team
5 min read
  • For devs

Delivering HTML Emails With Mailgun-Go

In this tutorial, I will demonstrate how you can send HTML emails with embedded images with mailgun-go. Before we dive into the code, lets first define the problem space and how we can use Mailgun to enhance the user experience of our application.

Derrick Wippler
6 min read
  • Best Practices

Email Blasts: The Dos And Many Don’ts Of Mass Email Sending

Email blasts are the undisputed powerhouses of email campaigns. Both transactional and marketing email messages can rely on sending massive amounts of email all at once, given the circumstances of the trigger/email marketing campaign itself. However, email blasts gone wrong will land in spam folders faster than a fake foreign prince can offer you his inheritance money. How exactly should you go about sending an email blast? We’ll show you the best (and worst) practices for mass email sending.

Mailgun Team
7 min read
  • What's new

Mailgun’s UserVoice Has A New Face

As many of you know, we have a feedback and feature suggestion website with UserVoice. What’s better is that we’ve recently renewed our partnership with UserVoice and made a couple of updates all around as far as look, feel, and the process for submitting a request overall.

Samantha Uzzell
5 min read
  • What's new

Is Your A/B Test Bullshit?

Easy as pie? Everybody knows about A/B tests; You have version A and version B and want to know which one is better. You show some people version A and some people version B. They either like the version or they don’t, and whichever version gets more likes wins. Pretty simple, right?

Sergey Obukhov
6 min read
  • Best Practices

Email Safe Fonts & Typography: Improving Accessibility In Emails TEST THIS

Kevin is the Head of Marketing at EmailMonks, one of the largest Email Templates production company which specializes in converting PSD to email templates. He loves gadgets, bikes, jazz, and breathes ‘email marketing’. He is a brand magician who loves to engage and share insights with fellow marketers. Feel free to connect with him on Twitter.

Kevin George
6 min read
  • What's new

2018 Deliverability Year In Review – Mailgun Festivus Miracles

Festivus is fast upon us, in fact, it’s in a few days. We’ve taken the time to air our grievances over Black Friday emails and how Yahoo and AOL slowed down sending this year, but we still haven’t quite found our miracle yet. We aren’t entirely sure we’ll find one, but there is something to be said about a thoughtful reflection on the past year. Some things changed, a lot of things didn’t, but everything that did and didn’t happen have everything to do with your deliverability.

Nick Schafer
5 min read
  • What's new

Taking Flight – Mailgun And Customer.Io Announce Their Partnership

Since we started in 2010, we’ve stayed laser-focused on building products that help businesses get emails straight to the inbox, including email validations and a burst sending SLA.

Natalie Hays
4 min read
  • What's new

Q4 Sending Can’t Be Pinned Down: Mailgun Festivus Feats Of Strength

We’ve been giving some different topics a piece of our mind with the airing of grievances, but the night of Festivus is fast approaching.

Travis Walton
4 min read
  • What's new

Ignored Emails Have A Low Sending Self-Esteem

Email is a wonderful medium for sending and receiving messages, but we don’t give it enough credit. Lack of credit can lead to emails being taken for granted, leaving them unclicked and unloved. Unloved emails become insecure, and that insecurity leads to poor sending habits. Before they reach rock bottom, they need to work on their Sending Self-Esteem.

Thomas Knierien
3 min read
  • Best Practices

Yahoo And AOL Throttling – The Mailgun Festivus Airing Of Grievances Part Two

You might have thought we were done airing our grievances this Festivus season, but we have to inform you that you are wrong.

Ashley Rodriguez
5 min read

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