SendLane delivery is good? how to check?

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Sendlane is good in email delivery? i red a lot of controversial opinions.

I do email marketing and for me it's the important aspect: now i have activecampaign.

How to check the proficiency of their servers ip and the delivery status?

Does anyone do this?
#check #delivery #good #sendlane
  • Profile picture of the author nenji
    Originally Posted by Connann View Post

    Sendlane is good in email delivery? i red a lot of controversial opinions.

    I do email marketing and for me it's the important aspect: now i have activecampaign.

    How to check the proficiency of their servers ip and the delivery status?

    Does anyone do this?
    If you're planning to send emails that includes, Biz Opp, Loan, Grant or the likes. Stay away from Sendlane.
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  • Profile picture of the author PattyC
    What a weird coincidence! I just came over to the forum to get ideas on different autoresponders because I am not having any good luck with Sendlane.

    I joined it because I am a member of Anik's IBB but it is not the best. But it is cheap. I was looking for something more reliable for a good price.

    I have many issues with Sendlane anywhere from emails not getting delivered to moving subscribers from one list to another. Ugh!
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
      Originally Posted by PattyC View Post

      What a weird coincidence! I just came over to the forum to get ideas on different autoresponders because I am not having any good luck with Sendlane.

      I joined it because I am a member of Anik's IBB but it is not the best. But it is cheap. I was looking for something more reliable for a good price.

      I have many issues with Sendlane anywhere from emails not getting delivered to moving subscribers from one list to another. Ugh!
      What issues?
      niche?
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    • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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      Originally Posted by PattyC View Post

      it is not the best. But it is cheap.
      Now there's a real shocker. lol

      Frank
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  • Profile picture of the author mdallen
    That is so weird. I have been using Sendlane and had zero problems. I thought setting up a mailing sequence was a little weird/difficult, but after it was set up I have had no problems. Where are you guys all moving to?
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  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Regardless who you are using, you should set up seed accounts to test your inbox placement.
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  • Profile picture of the author Robsn
    I personally started out with Sendlane, but moved to Aweber about 2-3 months ago. Firstly I noticed that Sendlane still lacks some integrations with third party tools, but they are working on it. And second which was the more important reason is that it seemed that my deliverability rate was not to good. I had roughly 2k subscribers in the MMO niche, but only a few actually got my emails and opened them. Yes, there are lots of things to consider, like the subject line, email copy, reputation etc. But once I moved to aweber, I noticed that more people got my emails and opened them.

    That's what I experienced!

    -Robert
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnVianny
      Originally Posted by Robsn View Post

      I personally started out with Sendlane, but moved to Aweber about 2-3 months ago. Firstly I noticed that Sendlane still lacks some integrations with third party tools, but they are working on it. And second which was the more important reason is that it seemed that my deliverability rate was not to good. I had roughly 2k subscribers in the MMO niche, but only a few actually got my emails and opened them. Yes, there are lots of things to consider, like the subject line, email copy, reputation etc. But once I moved to aweber, I noticed that more people got my emails and opened them.

      That's what I experienced!

      -Robert

      How much u earn or how much value is for subscribers in your 2k list?
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  • Profile picture of the author PattyC
    I tested sending to different emails. Sometimes it worked and with some it did not.

    Then there was the issue of automatically moving subscribers from one list to another. That did not work.

    There have been other glitches that I have found that I managed to live with but I have read other people having problems too.

    After I had the issue of the subscribers not being moved to another list it was kind of the last straw I guess. I have other things to do and don't have time to be on support all the time to try to get things to work.

    Sorry for the rant!
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  • Profile picture of the author avemfly619619
    SendLane is good one but mailchimp is best one.
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  • Profile picture of the author catstrophy
    I would not recommend them. It's a huge paid to transfer your own list if you have one. Stay away!
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