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    In sites that rely upon Ajax for functionality (or even pizzazz), performance becomes even more critical than the general JavaScript performance. Because Ajax requests take place behind the scenes, to the end user there is little discernible difference between an Ajax request being slow, and nothing happening at all. In this article, Larry Ullman explains some of the concrete steps you can take to improve the performance of your sites’ Ajax interactions.
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  • When emails end up in the spam folder, marketers are in no mood for joking. It is a serious issue that wounds both sender reputation and email deliverability. Let’s find out how to prevent emails from going to spam and maximize your email deliverability.

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    1. Build a consistent sending identity
    2. Authenticate your emails with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC
    3. Monitor your sender reputation
    4. Check your sending IP and domain against blacklists
    5. Always get permission before you send emails
    6. Verify email addresses on your mailing list
    7. Manage email addresses that bounce
    8. Boost subscriber engagement
    9. Pay attention to your email content
    10. The bottom line
    When emails end up in the spam folder, marketers are in no mood for joking. It is a serious issue that wounds both sender reputation and email deliverability. Let’s find out how to prevent emails from going to spam and maximize your email deliverability. Contents 1. Build a consistent sending identity 2. Authenticate your emails with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC 3. Monitor your sender reputation 4. Check your sending IP and domain against blacklists 5. Always get permission before you send emails 6. Verify email addresses on your mailing list 7. Manage email addresses that bounce 8. Boost subscriber engagement 9. Pay attention to your email content 10. The bottom line
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