1. You’re probably not alone on your IP address
Since the volume of email sent by B2B marketers is often much lower than retailers or other B2C sites, marketing automation providers often spread the usage of their Email IP addresses across multiple clients. As a matter of fact, most marketing automation subscriptions default to a shared IP. Consider checking with your provider on the costs associated with a dedicated IP address for your company, otherwise your deliverability could be impacted by the bad practices of the other companies on the same IP.
2. More volume is not always better
Major B2C ISPs and webmail providers publish the volumes that they accept on an hourly basis. Unfortunately, B2B senders don’t receive that information. Many B2B networks and mail servers can handle small volumes and don’t have dedicated mail server administrators. This…