Inbox, Spam, or Promotions?

See where your and your competition's emails are landing.

Every email marketer wants to know what's happening to their emails. My new product is a free and FUN way to see where your emails are going, and where everyone else's emails are going. This is a public utility where everyone can see everyone else's results. Just send your emails to the addresses at the top, and watch the magic happen below.

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Maker
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Hi Product Hunters! I've been in the email marketing game for 15 years and have finally built a tool that I always wished existed. This is an an easy, free, and public system to see where your emails are landing. Are they going to the Inbox, Spam, or Promotions folder? Using it is super easy. Send your email campaign to the 12 addresses at the top of the page, and then watch the magic happen below to see where your emails land across the test addresses. No forms. Nothing to sign up for. No credit cards. Completely free. Use whatever email marketing app you like. You don't need to reload the page to see results. The emails will just slide in to the rows, as they arrive at each account. Each account is a Gmail/G Suite account that's configured slightly differently. About half of them are connected to popular corporate spam filters like Barracuda, Symantec, and Mimecast. That way, not only do you see which Gmail folder your emails are landing in, you can also see if you're making it past that particular spam filter. But the coolest part of the utility is the ability to search for any brand, email service provider, or topic, and see where those emails are landing. For example, search for "MailChimp". Want to see where your competition's emails are landing? Search for your competitor's company name. (You might not get any results since the tool is new). But... Over time, the test addresses will be subscribed to more and more mailing lists and so will collect data on more and more brands. I've written a detailed guide to using the tool and interpreting the results here: https://www.gmass.co/blog/inbox-...
Hi Ajay, I like what you have built. I will make use of this myself and will pass it on to people I know. Sometimes emails end up in my spam box while they shouldn’t and this information will be valuable to my friends who have their own startups. Will you be offering this service for @outlook/hotmail.com addresses in the future?
Maker
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@outlook @angeliquesocial Hey Angie - thanks for my first comment! For now, this will remain a Gmail-based tool only. It's generally accepted in the email marketing community that Gmail has the most sophisticated systems. So if you're getting email delivered there, and your email is making it past the external spam filters that I've added, you're probably good in most other places, like outlook.com, aol.com, comcast.net, and other places.
Great job!! 😊super handy and useful
Maker
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@ayush_chandra Thanks! It's about time somebody noticed. So thanks for noticing. :)
Maker
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@matthew_harney Thanks man!

I like the simplicity of this tool!

Pros:

Easy to use and no frills

Cons:

None