IP warming is the process of easing into an email campaign from a new IP. If you’re switching from one IP address to another, diving in to a full blown email campaign could have a detrimental effect on the success of your email campaign.
When the time comes for your company to switch from one IP to another, you must be incredibly careful in how you make this transfer. Companies switch IPs for a number of reasons. Though all of these reasons may be completely legitimate, Internet Service Providers (or ISPs) aren’t likely to immediately accept your new IP into their loving arms.
Changing IPs raises big red flags with ISPs. Spammers often hop from IP to IP to avoid ISPs security measures. When you change IPs, ISPs are hyper sensitive to every move you make. In an effort to better protect their users, they closely monitor your activity to decide if you’re a dangerous IP or not.
You can imagine how suspicious it would look if you changed IPs and then immediately started sending out your regular, large volume of emails. This type of behavior looks very similar to the way a spammer would act, and ISPs will punish you for it.
In this guide, you’ll learn the ins and outs of warming IPs. You’ll get an in-depth look at what warming IPs is, how it works and a step by step guide on how to warm up your own IPs. Creating a successful email campaign is hard, well-researched work. To lose all the progress your email campaign has made simply because you don’t know how to warm an IP is a waste of money and resources.
This guide will help keep your numbers sky high as you transfer from one IP to another. Don’t miss a single email open or suffer the consequences of being sent straight to spam by digging in to this easy to read guide. Fully understand the consequences of warming an IP, and successfully change IPs to make sure your email campaign continues to run at full force with our helpful Guide to Warming IPs.