Collection of intriguing reports detailing usage of certain standards, features, and hacks of email marketing. Data is collected automatically by subscribing to various companies email newsletters. These reports can help email marketers see what others are doing.
DomainKeys Identified Mail is an important mail standard to help validate the sender truly has sent the message. Not all emails are signed with DKIM. More >>
Email file size is the ultimate length of a particular part of an email. This is important for SPAM and potentially rendering concerns. More >>
Text to image ratio is the the length of text content compared to the area of the images. Calculations are based on image to text ratio calculations from SpamAssassin. More >>
The From address portion left of the "@". Different uses may impact user interaction. More >>
Conditional comments help emails render properly on a variety of email clients. The most common concern is Microsoft Outlook. More >>
Number of emails received by this report system.