In the world of cold email, the topic of email warming is always a hot one. As a result, we developed a free service that can be used to revitalize any existing Google Apps for Work (G Suite) or Gmail account.
Why Should You Use Email Warmup?
Warming up an email account ensures that its messages, even bulk or cold ones, are sent to the intended recipients’ inboxes rather than their spam folders.
In order to raise your account’s sending capacity, reputation, and deliverability, you can employ an automated method called an email warming tool.
In order to:
Use your email to contact specific people.
To “read” an email, open it.
Make sure you’re replying to a reasonable fraction of your inbox.
If they end up in the spam folder, be sure to mark them as “not spam.”
Flag some items as “critical.”
Those are the kinds of emails that get to the inbox rather than the spam bin, and Google and the other email clients will see that you’ve followed that protocol.
A low initial volume of emails (two for GMass on day one) will be sent by the email warmup tools, with subsequent volumes increasing steadily. The maximum number of warmup emails that may be sent with the GMass tool every day is 200, which is more than the majority of alternatives.
It may be tempting to speed things up in an effort to get your account warmed up more quickly, but going slow and steady is actually the better plan. It helps Google’s algorithm learn that emails from your account are desirable and highly engaging by simulating a regular cadence.
Every little bit of pre-campaign work has a single, overarching goal: “priming” your account for larger-scale initiatives. You will be sending out a lot of campaigns with lots of very similar messages if you use cold emailing or mass emailing.
Once an email address has been “warmed,” the recipients’ inboxes won’t bat an eye at receiving unsolicited emails from that address, whether they are part of a mass email campaign or a single message.
My New Email Account Just Got Set Up, Why Do I Have to “warm It Up?”
If you want your emails from your new email account to get through, you need to give it time to “warm up” and prove to the internet that you’re not just another spammer.
It’s crucial to gradually introduce new users to a brand-new domain and e-mail address in order to:
In accordance with Google’s policy, you can send up to 500 messages per day from a free Gmail account and up to 2,000 from a Google Workspace (previously G Suite) account.
Enhance your chances of having your message get into the recipient’s inbox. If you have a brand new Gmail account or Google Workspace domain with no sending history, you want to take every precaution to avoid having your email account suspended.
Do I also need to reactivate my dormant email account?
Yes. It is recommended to “warm up” an existing email account before using it for high-volume sends, cold emails, email marketing, or any other type of mass email. By doing so, you’ll teach email clients to welcome your larger campaigns and consider them to be legitimate inbox additions.
So, why is GMass’s Email Warmup Tool so superior?
While there are already a few email warm-up services available (like Lemwarm and Mailwarm), I discovered weaknesses and opportunities for improvement in these systems, prompting our development team to get to work.
We think our pre-game warming technology is the best available. The following are reasons why GMass’s automated warm-up system is superior to alternatives:
A single click is all that’s required to initiate the setup process. There is no need to provide a login id/password or make any changes to your Google security settings. To ensure the safety of your data, our system does not use SMTP for authentication, but rather the more modern and robust OAuth protocol.
GMass will automatically analyze your email sending patterns and determine the optimal daily volume and ramp-up pace for you. Email threads with several messages: GMass’s pre-game chats have multiple back-and-forth replies rather than a single one.
Delete unnecessary messages from your inbox automatically: There is no requirement to manually create a filter in Gmail (in fact, doing so harms the warm-up process). Any preamble emails sent to you by our system will be saved indefinitely.
The GMass email warmup system can send up to 200 daily warm-up emails, depending on your preferences. You can only send about 50 daily warm-up emails with most other warm-up solutions. Your total monthly quota of outgoing emails from Gmail will be reduced.
Disable all robots: We only ever send emails to human addresses, never to a spam or junk folder.
Email warming through GMass is offered at no cost to the general public. Whether or whether you utilize GMass, this is the place to preload your email addresses. What you get here for free can cost as much as $100 at other sites.