Free SpamCheck spam filter

Spam is a bigger and bigger problem nowadays. Recently Ralph Wilson, Paul Myers, and other Net marketing gurus have written about the problems that spam is causing honest, hard working Net marketers.

Actually, while spam is the fundamental root of our problems, the anti-spam measures that large ISPs and important free email hosts (like Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail) undertake are what hurts legitimate Net marketers.

Much like tuna nets catch dolphins by mistake, their spam filters catch us. So the SiteSell SpamCheck Tool is a quick way for honest marketers to make sure that their emails are less likely to be considered spam by ISPs, by Yahoo! Mail and Hotmail (which tosses you into their Junk folders) and even by individual filters set up by an ever-growing number of recipients around the world.


Here's how it works...

STEP 1: Copy-and-paste your subject, but start your subject with the word TEST (in UPPER CASE) so that we know this is a test email. (If the subject does NOT start with TEST, we'll assume it's REAL spam and delete it). Here's a sample subject...

TEST Flower-Lovers Ezine #007: Peonies for the Yukon

STEP 2: Copy-and-paste the rest of your ezine and simply send it, exactly the way you would send it to your recipient, to...

[email protected]


You'll get a report back (in seconds, perhaps a few minutes if volume is heavy) telling you how good or bad your email is, from a spam-detector's point of view. You will receive a full, free report of all corrections that you should make to your zine, in order to stay out of the junk folders. It does NOT, of course, actually comment on WHAT you write - first, it's not that smart. And second, the actual content is YOUR business! ;-)

And remember, this SpamChecker is just one feature of the E-zine MailOut tool, which itself is merely one part of the entire system of Site Build It! tools ... guaranteed to make any small business succeed online ... in a tenth of the time ... at a tenth of price.

Get more information about Site Build It! here.

December 13, 2002

Comments (5)

Said this on January 29, 2007 At 05:55 pm
email address from this article no longer works.

[I just tested the Spam Check instructions above and the email address worked for me. Perhaps you encountered a temporary problem, or perhaps you forgot to put "TEST" in the Subject line of your email. Allan.]
Said this on October 22, 2007 At 03:43 am
Hello, if this can be useful for you, we developed our own free spam check software, based on spamassassin rules set, ( thank you! :)
George Wind
Said this on February 7, 2008 At 03:22 pm
In our e-mail promos to our customers we list several different contact addresses (all with the same company domain name) at the bottom of our mailings. Is it possible that this will cause the mailing to be caught up in some spam filters? Would it be better for us to include a link to our site so that customers can edit or remove their e-mail contact info?

[I'm not sure. However, these days I try to avoid publishing email addresses in newsletters because sometimes idiots have published my entire newsletter including an email address, adverts, everything, on a blog - an open invitation to spam robots. So your idea of providing a link to your site makes good sense to me. Allan.]
Dennis Godin
Said this on May 21, 2008 At 12:40 am
When I first tried your service I got a low rating for my email and did a fix. Thank you. But when I try now, I get a "0" rating no matter how terrible the subject line is. For example, I just tried this subject line:
Free giveaway win big prize millionaire contest you won
and received a zero rating with no remedial treatment needed. Obviously, I'm doing something wrong, but... I dont know what. I'm typing TEST and a space before the subject and I know that it is correctly addressed, so... Can you pls tell me what to do differently?
Many thanks. DG

[Thanks for the alert. I'll look into this problem. Allan.]
Said this on May 13, 2009 At 08:08 pm
Sorry - $ite$ell checker just doesn't work. Yet there are hundreds of sites referring to this tool in order to try and drive traffic to their crappy affiliate sitebuilder program. Lame. Real lame.

[Doesn't work? I've just tested SpamCheck by cutting and pasting some spam I'd received into an email and testing it. SpamCheck warned me about several things I should avoid. What was your experiencee? Crappy sitebuilder? We use SiteSell's Site Build It site builder and site marketing system for several of our sites. We recommend it because we have first-hand experience of how good it is and we know how superb the training is that comes as part of the whole package. You can read two case studies on this site. Allan.]

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