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Three mistakes that can ruin your email lists

Join us as we talk all things list building

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Typos, role-based email addresses, disposable mailboxes…what does that have to do with email lists, anyway? A lot, actually. Join us as we talk all things list building. We’ll cover the most common mistakes you’re probably making and how you can avoid them with email validation. Hosted by Mailgun’s resident deliverability expert, Nick Schafer, and Sr. Account Executive, Gwen Clair.

Meet your presenters

Nick Schafer

Nick Schafer

Sr. Manager of Deliverability and Compliance at Sinch Mailgun

Gwen Clair

Gwen Clair

Sr. Account Executive at Sinch Mailgun

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Three mistakes that can ruin your email lists

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