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Instruction: how to make AmazingHiring emails always reach your inbox

We at AmazingHiring, not only develop world’s best tool for recruiters, but we also share our knowledge in our blog and send a popular newsletter on recruiting. Now, the number of our subscribers is approaching 6000, but a lot of them have recently complained that our letters don’t reach them.

We solved the problem and now we are eager to share how to make our letters always go directly to your inbox.

Today, it’s up to email services artificial intelligence to decide the “fate” of the letter. Practically, mailing robots can only be “trained” by users. So, here’s what you need to do:

  • Add our address to your contacts list.
  • Open previous messages from AmazingHiring and click on their links to show mailing robots your involvement.
  • Move company messages from the trash folder (if there are any) to other folders.

That’s it for today, thanks for reading and subscribe to our newsletter AmazingHiring.

 

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