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Why does sending a newsletter require a third party?

It usually comes down to trust and guaranteed delivery. You don't pay 3rd party companies like Mailchimp or other to send emails, you pay them because they guarantee a very high rate of email delivery....
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Why does sending a newsletter require a third party?

You can send to mailing lists from your server. Mailman desperately needs an update for the 21st century web, but it does the job and is open source. It is part of cpanel if you are using that.
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Does the re-use of HTML email newsletter content for blog posts have SEO (or other) repercusions?

Many SEO experts say that the primary factors for a good ranking are: the quality of the actual content (not the coding style) and the number of good backlinks. I let you search for the detailed ...
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Why does sending a newsletter require a third party?

Analog gave you a comprehensive answer. In two words: IP reputation. The takeaway is that not all IP addresses are equal in terms of reputation. If you send from a residential connection using a big, ...
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Spamassasin reports HTML_FONT_TINY with huge penalty, what is it?

As the author of the plugin suggested, this can be treated as a false-positive. Our SpamAssassin checks on mail-tester trigger a lot of false-positives, please ignore them.
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Will changing my newsletter's from email address to another on the same domain affect deliverability?

The reputation of the Email sender depends on "example.com" the domain and not for the email address "xxx@example.com". Hence you can easily make this shift without any deliverability issues. As Its ...
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