Increase the chance of your email marketing being read with OnDMARC

By Chris Dawson May 19, 2017 - 6:14 pm

If you’ve ever wondered how you can increase the chance of recipients actually reading your emails and at the same time protect your reputation by preventing spammers and phishers from using your domain, the answer is to use DMARC.

What is DMARC and Why you want to use it?

DMARC is an email security protocol that authenticates and certifies your emails. It increases deliverability of your marketing campaigns as certified emails have an increased chance of reaching the receiver’s inbox rather than the spam folder.

A side benefit of DMARC is that it blocks phishing attacks aimed at your staff and at your subscribers/customers by putting a lock on your domain so only you can use it to send email.

Pre requisites for DMARC

  • You need to own your domain
  • You need to be able to edit your DNS records
  • It’s open to organisations of any size
  • Small and medium companies can easily increase their email deliverability

OnDMARC Cloud SaaS Product

OnDMARC is a cloud SaaS product that helps companies implement DMARC quickly and easily. It takes away all the tech side and gives you clear actions to easily implement DMARC, SPF, and DKIM signature. The great thing about using OnDMARC is that it requires no previous cybersecurity expertise.

OnDMARC Price tiers

  • Free

    For a single domain that sends less than 10,000 emails per year

  • £99 p.a.

    For a domain with under 100,000 emails sent per year

  • £799 p.a.

    For a domain with under 1 million emails sent per year

  • Tiered pricing

    For enterprise accounts with higher email volumes.

If you want to implement DMARC, find out more on the OnDMARC website. The good news for many small retailers is that the free price tier will work for you.

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