Google Marking posts as SPAM

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Google Marking posts as SPAM

I'm getting sick of this service.
Why is Constant Contact being marked as spam by Google Mail?
I pay money to them to send my postings and it's not reaching the majority of my readers.
Do I need to find another service?

Mike

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Re: Google Marking posts as SPAM

Hi @MichaelS875 

 

Thank you for reaching out to the Constant Contact Community. It's my pleasure to assist you today.

 

I'm sorry for the issue you are experiencing with the emails delivered to Gmail. Are they filtering into the Spam folder or into Gmail Promotions? I am happy to take a look at this problem for you. Can you send an email to social_support(at)constantcontact(dot)com with your username, the emails you have experienced the issue with, a reference to this post and any other detail we may find useful while using your account? Thank you and have a nice day! 


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Re: Google Marking posts as SPAM

They are being marked as suspicious

Mike

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Re: Google Marking posts as SPAM

They are not so much being marked as SPAM, but as suspicious.

That would be enough for people to not open my newsletter

 

Mike

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Re: Google Marking posts as SPAM

Hello @MichaelS875 ,

 

It looks like we got your email, so I've updated the relevant case and submitted it to the engineers for further review. 

 

In the meantime, it may be best to reach out to Deliverability directly to see if they have any additional insight on the issue. If you can confirm whether or not your contacts are also seeing the suspicious alert banner, it'll help them with their review of the situation.


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