In pretty much all web services there is some sort of reputations and statistics that are tracked from both the provider and customer. In web hosting services for example, website reputation can be tracked from 3rd party reputation systems such as BrightCloud Threat Intelligence.
The infrastructure that you are hosted on really matters to SEO and accessibility. We all have seen the Google red warning page when trying to access a BAD website, right? If you are in a cloud hosting full with such BAD websites, you could be facing many issues that are sometimes unresolvable.
Same scenario applies with the Email services and in this blog post we will take a closer look why an SMTPBOX is good for you and what are the benefits.
If you’re not a developer, but you work in tech, the term API is probably something you understand in a conversational sense. You likely know what it stands for (application programming interface), and perhaps your teams use APIs to do their job—or maybe it’s even the product itself. Understanding the deeper principles behind APIs will help you better market, sell, or use these technologies yourself.
This post explains how APIs work, how developers build them, and how to use them (with real-world examples).
Let's imagine that you just spent hours conjuring up a kick-ass email. But as you go to send it, you notice that the preview that just hit your inbox looks off. Maybe an image is misaligned, there are broken layouts, text is underlined when it shouldn't be, or there's more added to the footer that makes it look terrible. Welcome to the world of email rendering. You would think that after almost 50 years of emails being sent that we'd have a solution for this.
You'd be wrong.
Unlike other visual mediums, email's complications come from how different systems interpret the code of the email. If we bundle webmail clients together with browsers, there are five major factors that determine how an email renders: