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The Email Warmer is just one of the many tools integrated into Sales.Rocks platform that makes email deliverability challenges disappear from the workflow of B2B sales teams. Use Sales.Rocks to warm-up your new email accounts or boost the sending volume of more mature ones on automation.
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Read about 10 of the best newsletter practices that you can use in 2022. One is by keeping your content short and easy to read. Another is using only one CTA if possible, and more.