By: Karan Maur
There are a few things you can do to prevent your emails from going to the Promotions tab in Gmail.
First, try to avoid using promotional language in your subject line. This can trigger Gmail's spam filters and cause your email to be routed to the promotions tab.
Secondly, make sure your email content is relevant and informative. Avoid using excessive images or HTML code, as this can also trigger spam filters.
Third, use a consistent "from" name and email address for your messages. This will help Gmail recognize your emails as legitimate and avoid routing them to the promotions tab.
Fourth, be sure to include a "reply-to" email address in your messages. This will ensure that Gmail knows where to route responses to your emails.
Fifth, avoid using large file attachments, as these can trigger Gmail's spam filters.
Sixth, use a professional-looking email signature. This can help Gmail to recognize your emails as legitimate and avoid routing them to the promotions tab.
Seventh, try to build a relationship with your contacts by sending them personal messages or responding to their messages promptly.
Eighth, avoid sending mass emails or email blasts, as these can also trigger Gmail's spam filters.
By following these tips, you can help ensure that your emails are routed to the inbox tab in Gmail.