Sender score and the interplay between domains and IP's

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  1. HebrewHurricane

    HebrewHurricane New Member

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    As a disclaimer, I am very much a noob and I appreciate any and all insight.

    If I change my domain for an IP, does the sender score for that IP start anew? Is the sender score connected with the domain or is it inextricably entertwined with the IP?

    Ex) I have an IP and am mailing under the domain @xyz.com. My sender score drops and I change my domain to @abc.com. Will my sender score be wiped clean with my new domain?

    Thanks for any and all insight!
     
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    SenderScore is IP-based, not domain-based.
     
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    base on what I have heard, to keep a good sender score, you start slow, and increase on the daily basis, and yeah, it's on IP, not domain. Not many GI domain deal with sender score though, only TLD that you need to worry about.

    Does anyone have experience about senderbase.com ? like how to keep a good standard with them, I was in a neutral standard, then a day later it turn to poor while some others turn to Good. No idea whats up with that one
     

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