Denylist is a list of email addresses, domains, or IP addresses blocked or rejected by internet service providers in accordance with the applicable regulations in a country or region.
Applications, such as browsers or email clients will restrict users from visiting rejected websites, and email providers can block email from rejected domains.
These Denylists are often created by internet service providers (ISPs) to help protect users, even though sites are sometimes denied access when they shouldn’t be.
For example, this Denylist may be the domain of a pornographic website, or it could be the domain of a country-banned website, such as blocking domains from the Reddit site in Indonesia, for example.
When you develop and distribute email content, we follow specific standards to help keep KIRIM.EMAIL off the rejection list and ensure our services are trustworthy.
It’s common for campaigns to include rejected links accidentally. Here are a few things you can do to prevent this from happening.
Evaluating Your Affiliate Links
Ads for other businesses must exist under your brand, be delivered in your voice, and be relevant to your target audience. You may also make recommendations as long as the content and industry are not forbidden by the Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy.
Investigating Domain Reputation
Many ISPs/internet service providers don’t make their disclaimer lists public, so it’s hard to ensure that affiliate links aren’t on any sort of rejection list.
The following resources, on the other hand, can help you determine your domain’s reputation before linking it to your campaign, such as:
- Google Safe Browsing Search API