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ZeroBounce Provides Email Validation Services to Improve Email Deliverability in Time for the Holiday Season

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, NOVEMBER 30, 2017 (PRWEB) — ZeroBounce, a leading email validation service, helps brands prepare their email campaigns for the holiday shopping season.

According to research done by HubSpot, 91% of marketers used email as a channel to reach holiday customers in 2016. It’s no surprise since email has an average ROI of $44 for every $1 spent.

Why use our email validation services

When it comes to holiday campaigns, companies want to stand out in the sea of emails. They want to create campaigns that will engage their audience. Before that is even possible, marketers need to ensure their emails are going to reach their target audience. This is where ZeroBounce can help.

Through ZeroBounce’s email validation software, companies can ensure deliverability of 98% or higher and reduce bounce rates.

man using email validation service

The online email validation system provides:

Email bounce detection – removes invalid emails from lists to prevent email bounces from ruining deliverability.

Spam trap and email abuse detection – removes unknown email complainers and spam traps from the email list.

Email data append – appends missing data such as first and last name, location, gender or city, state/region, and country when registration IP is provided.

Henry Timmes, CTO of ZeroBounce, recently said of the tool:

“We’ve developed a tool that all types and size businesses can use to improve email deliverability. Also, we continue to make improvements to provide our customers with the best email validation system. Brands can rely on ZeroBounce to validate their large holiday email campaigns all the way down to their smaller segmented campaigns.”

Would like more information about ZeroBounce? Or do you want to learn more about how email validation can help with your holiday email campaigns? Just click here or email us at office[at]

This press release was updated for readability in September 2019.