Email authentication using SPF and DKIM, and enforced with a DMARC policy, has been a best practice for years. However, there’s been a lot of buzz lately about SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, due to the announcements by Google and Yahoo about stricter requirements for emails. There are a number of guides to setting up SPF, […]
Almost one-third of Americans have used an online dating site or app, and that percentage climbs with younger people, with over half of those under 30 using these services. It’s great that technology gives us tools to connect with people and even find love, but that technology also makes it easy for scammers to take
Ok, you’ve got an idea of what you need to do to get your emails to the inbox, so let’s take that first step on the road toward the Email AuthentiCity… Who are your trusted senders? They say the first step is always the hardest, but this initial planning step is critical to properly setting
It’s Data Privacy Day – here are three things to do today to protect your privacy.
There you are, a happy web designer doing your thing and starting to implement your plans for 2024, and all of a sudden, there’s a tornado of chatter about new email authentication requirements. “I/my client got an email from Mailchimp / MailerLite / Shopify / Mailgun / some other platform about new Google email requirements