You’ve been receiving emails from AWeber for years. Maybe even since before you knew what a spam folder was. Now that you do, you’re wondering if these emails are going to mess up your spam folder. Are you going to start receiving a lot of useless emails from AWeber? Or is this just a case of an overly eager salesperson trying to upsell you on their product?
It’s important to understand what makes up a spam email before you start deleting everything from your inbox. Here, we’ll discuss what exactly is in your spam folder, how you can fix it, and what you should do about the emails you already received from AWeber.
Do You Have A Spam Folder?
Do you have a spam folder? If so, what’s in it? Chances are, you don’t have clear-cut rules regarding what kind of email is allowed to end up there. Your spam folder might be filled with everything from sales emails to newsletters from your favorite brands. There’s probably even a few funny memes in there from your friends.
Spam folders can be problematic. When you have a lot of spam, it can be hard to find the real messages amongst all the noise. You also might wonder what kind of email you’re allowed to send, or if there are any restrictions at all. Does AWeber consider your spam folder to be a real place of business, or is it just a place for holding on to ‘junk’ email?
What Is In Your Spam Folder?
If you have a spam folder, the first thing you should do is take a look at what’s in it. Your spam folder is filled with emails that weren’t delivered to your inbox because either the email address was incorrect or there was a problem with the email server. The junk in your spam folder might also include emails that you accidentally uploaded to the wrong folder, or those that were sent to someone other than the person you intended to email.
Depending on your email provider, your spam folder might also include emails that were deemed as ‘spam’ due to certain keywords in the subject line or the body of the email. Even if you don’t use keywords or contain specific phrases, your email might be marked as spam if you use words or phrases that are commonly associated with spam. For example, saying “Hello” or “Good day” or “Thank you” in an email could cause your email to be blocked by the servers of your email provider. Your email provider then has the discretion to decide if they want to keep your email or block it due to ‘safety concerns’. This kind of thing can happen if you’re using a public email address or a free email provider like Gmail. However, if you’re using a reputable email provider like SquareSpace or Web.com, the chances are your email won’t end up in the spam folder.
How To Fix Your Spam Folder
If you want to keep your spam folder clean, the first thing you should do is scan it from time to time. Look for emails that were incorrectly sent to your spam folder – either because the email address is incorrect or there was a problem with the email server. You should also look into whether or not your email provider offers ‘email recovery’ services. If they do, you can often get a hold of the person who sent you an email that was marked as spam and have them fix the problem. Sometimes, this involves simply waiting for the email to be resent to you correctly. Other times, you might have to wait until someone who is trained in handling these issues looks into it and resends the email or changes the classification of the email so it won’t get sent to your spam folder in the future.
Can You Get Scared From Or Suspicious Of Emails From AWeber?
Emails from AWeber might not seem suspicious to you initially, especially since you’ve been getting them for years. After all, they’re the company you’ve known and loved since before you knew what a spam folder was. But what if you start to get emails that you don’t recognize or understand?
You might wonder whether or not it’s safe to open these emails, or if they’re just a part of some type of scam. If you’re starting to get that vibe from any of the emails you’re receiving, it might be a good idea to mark them as ‘junk’ email and put them in your spam folder. It depends on the email itself, but sometimes, a simple ‘hello’ or “thank you for subscribing” might be all it takes to restore your faith in an email – especially if you don’t use keywords or use phrases that might be associated with spam. If you do, though, it’s best to be on the safe side and mark the email as ‘spam’ immediately. You can’t undo that action once you do it, so be careful.
What Should You Do About The Emails You Already Received From AWeber?
If you already started receiving emails from AWeber and you’re wondering about what to do regarding them, the best thing for both of you is to simply ignore them. Since you’ve been getting these emails for years now, there’s no need to think about them too much. You’ll most likely forget about them entirely and be able to go about your business without any issues. It’s important to understand that sometimes, it’s not necessarily a bad thing to get emails that you don’t recognize or understand. Sometimes, it can be a sign that you’re being targeted by an identity thief or someone trying to sell you something. So if you do start to get worried, it might be a good idea to contact the company directly or get a lawyer involved.
But until then, it’s best to simply let the past be the past and focus on what’s important in your life now. If you want a clean slate, put all the junk from the past in a trash folder and get rid of it once and for all. Then, you can worry about whether or not you should contact the company you’re emailed with or get a lawyer involved, all while maintaining your personal life as normal.
If you’re new to this, it might be a good idea to take some time to get to know who you’re dealing with. Check out their website, look at their social media accounts, and read testimonials from previous customers. This way, you’ll have a clear picture of what kind of person/company you’re dealing with and whether or not it’s a good fit for you.