Question on Sending Rates Per ISP

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  1. flamon18

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    Hey guys,


    Was just wondering what are some your sending rates per IP/HR when hitting TLDs?

    What are sending rates that will hit only the bulk folder for TLDs? I do understand that there are many varibles to consider for hitting the "Inbox" and the "Bulk Folder". But let suppose we hold everything constant like content, graphics, sender score and etc (which is pretty hard to do in this biz) but Sending per hr and per ISP. What are some of the sending rates you use to hit TLDs "Bulk Folder" and/or "Inbox"?

    Many thanks in advance for your comments and pointers.
     
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    Seems like this is information you'll have to figure out on your own, bubba.
     
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    My definition of TLD probably differs from yours.. If you're referring to free webmail providers that make up a majority of the commonly passed around co-reg data, then there's no 'static' rate limit or 'definite' guideline to follow. You obviously don't start out blasting them from as many connections as possible as you will only end up being shit canned. If your data is shit, you will get shit canned. If you want to inbox those webmail providers, user engagement is the most important factor. If you're sending irrelevant messages to people that don't want it or inactive accounts, your rate will never increase and you will end up being blocked. Even if you set out to just end up blasting the bulk folder, you need to start slow and ramp up your volume. Gone are the days of plugging in a /18 and making cash within 24 hours.
     
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    Thanks everyone for you valid points!
     

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