I am trying to measure the Spam Score that was listed here: https://www.surveygizmo.com/survey-blog/spam-email-survey-invitations/
However, the directions are hard to understand and I am not sure where this score is supposed to show up. Here is the paragraph that has the directions for checking the spam score…
SurveyGizmo’s Spam Score Tool
To help with deliverability, SurveyGizmo offers a built-in Spam Score tool that will look for key spam indicators within your email invitation content. Every time you create a new email campaign by clicking the “Email Campaign” campaign button and entering your body copy, your Spam Score will show up on the Campaign Info screen.
We can’t stress this enough: Pay close attention to the recommendations of this tool!!
Our Spam Score tool uses the same algorithms as the most widely-used enterprise spam filtering programs, so it gives a very good indication of whether or not your survey invitations will make it to the inboxes of your respondents. If your email scores high, chances are it’s going to get filtered.
You can click on your Spam Score in the Campaign Info screen to get an idea of which parts of your email are tripping the filters, then revise your email invitation and send away.
What screen is considered the Campaign Info Screen?
Thanks so much for reaching out to us via our online Community and reading our blog! I am sorry to say that this blog post is from 2011, and the particular option is no longer available. But here is a great tutorial that goes over our Email Deliverability process and our Best Practices which I have always found helpful.
Go over those and please let us know if you have any other questions we can help with. Just send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or chat us! We are more than happy to help.
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