My Hypertracker links ends in spam

by Asstro
3 replies
Hi guys

I have recently started out with E-mail marketing.
I read a lot about how important it is to track your links, with ex. Hypertracker. So I decided to give Hypertracker a shot, because I think that is the service with the best user reputation.

BUT.. I'm now about to schedule my emails in my Getresponse autoresponder. After that, I thought i wanted to test the emails, before I get any subscriptions. The testing is not the Getresponse "Test message" service, but i opted-in to my own campaign, and send the emails exactly the same way my subscribers would receive them.

All the emails without a link in them, is arriving at my Inbox folder. But everytime i have a Hypertracker link included, it goes directly to spam (i have tested with a lot of emails). That lead to some questions, i hope you can answer:

1) Is Hypertracker blacklisted? I have used Gmail to receive my mails from Getresponse.

2) If I do the HTML version of my mail instead of plain text, i can make my text to a link, like "Click here for details" and when they click there, they will be redirected to my Hypertracker link. And that actually works. My mails is received at the Inbox and not the Spam folder. But can I do that with my Hypertracker link, without all my tracking is lost?

3) Any good advice about this problem? Should i use an extra cloaking service (tiny url etc.) to cloak my Hypertracker link, or??

- Sorry for the bad English. I'm from Denmark and not an expert to english.

Thanks in advance,
Asstro
#ends #hypertracker #links #spam
  • Profile picture of the author VinnyBock
    I can't really speak on the issue you're having based on my own experience, but I can lend a suggestion...
    You CAN cloak your hypertracker links, but I wouldn't use tiny/bit.ly/goog.l you should use a service that will redirect with your domain... Hypertracker will still track as intentded, but you can use a service like prettylink (if you're using WP) so your links will appear as http://yourdomain.com/offer

    Again, I'm not sure if this will fix your issue totally, but I am sure doing this will not effect the hypertracker link tracking...
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    • Profile picture of the author Asstro
      Originally Posted by VinnyBock View Post

      I can't really speak on the issue you're having based on my own experience, but I can lend a suggestion...
      You CAN cloak your hypertracker links, but I wouldn't use tiny/bit.ly/goog.l you should use a service that will redirect with your domain... Hypertracker will still track as intentded, but you can use a service like prettylink (if you're using WP) so your links will appear as http://yourdomain.com/offer

      Again, I'm not sure if this will fix your issue totally, but I am sure doing this will not effect the hypertracker link tracking...
      Okay, one of my concerns was that the tracking would be effected by clocking my hyper tracker links.

      But this could also be an offer that I promote through e-mail, I can't use Pretty Link for that, right? Should i use another service then?
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      • Profile picture of the author VinnyBock
        Originally Posted by Asstro View Post

        Okay, one of my concerns was that the tracking would be effected by clocking my hyper tracker links.

        But this could also be an offer that I promote through e-mail, I can't use Pretty Link for that, right? Should i use another service then?
        The tracking won't be effected as long as you cloak the exact hypertracker link...

        Pretty link is just one of many options out there, a quick Google search should turn up plenty of free link cloakers.
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