Whether you’re building a list for fun or for profit, you have to stop spam. It doesn’t have to be hard! As you might have guessed, there are a variety of tactics used by spammers to try and trick you into opening their emails. One of the simplest yet most effective methods is to abuse AWeber.
What is AWeber?
If you’re not familiar, AWeber is an email marketing platform designed for digital marketers, bloggers, and businesses of all sizes to build and grow their email lists. You can use it to create automated emails that will send out daily, weekly, or even monthly emails based on triggers, such as sales, new posts, and more!
One of the best parts of AWeber is that they provide you with a Spam score that lets you know how likely it is that you’ll be getting spammed by someone pretending to be a customer, or someone trying to sell you something.
What is the Spam score?
A spam score is a number that indicates the likelihood that you’ll be getting spam from a message. The score takes into account several factors, such as the IP address of the sender, the domain name, the words used in the subject line, and more. To give you an idea of how the score works, here is a list of the top 10 spammy words and how frequently they are used in spam emails: